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What will the future of work really look like, and how it will impact organizations as they seek growth and success in an era of change and digital transformation? More importantly, how can leaders achieve the optimal combination of humans and machines within their organizations?
There can be uncertainty, risk and difficult questions to answer when it comes automation in the workplace. Once the decision has been made to adopt automation and artificial intelligence, leaders face difficult and stubborn questions about how to implement that decision:
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Ravin will share key insights from his new book, helping leaders to better understand how to reinvent jobs to achieve the optimal balance of cost, productivity and risk. Attendees will get the chance to explore:
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