Since its launch in November 2022, ChatGPT has sparked a significant surge of interest and investment in the realm of generative artificial intelligence (AI). The future trajectory of AI remains uncertain, but one application stands out with confidence: People Analytics (PA). AI’s integration into PA holds tangible potential, offering substantial benefits and immediate realizations. However, this comes with inherent risks that are challenging to mitigate. This article delves into the promising advantages of applying AI in People Analytics while also addressing strategies to navigate and prevent potential pitfalls.
Research and Insights Archive
Research and Insights from the Center for Effective Organizations
Commemorating Labor Day 2023, I take a look at some key trends and challenges that have emerged over the past 30 years.
March 20, 2023
With Dave Millner and Alec Levenson
March 8, 2023
With John Boudreau and Alec Levenson (Host)
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with Alec Levenson
Originally published on LinkedIn. In recent years, as the global economy expanded, interest rates were low, and companies had a relatively easy time making money, the size and breadth of People Analytics (PA) groups seemed to be ever-increasing. As a result, even with...
October 28, 2022
with Alec Levenson and Dave Millner
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by Theresa M. Welbourne
The Intersection of HR Business Partnering, Analytics and OD
with Alec Levenson and Maura Stevenson
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