Harnessing meaningful insights out of data using artificial intelligence was once considered to be a prowess possessed by large enterprises alone.
In order to outperform and connect with the right audience at the right time, becoming data-driven is the new normal for success. But how to turn your data into actionable insights and stay ahead in the Business 4.0 revolution?
Productivity – the buzzword of the Singapore economy since time immemorial.
In the beginning, it was very much centred on the industrial age that we were in.
This means getting operators to adopt new equipment, change to new workflows or simply making the production area more ergonomic so you save previous minutes which could be channelled to making more widgets.
Most recently I was invited to moderate a panel discussion related to time-to-fill.
Essentially the premise on how do you accelerate the process from application to the onboarding of the candidate.
Traditionally, this would mean getting the applications in, manual screening of those applications, going through rounds of selections (which include phone/face-to-face interview), offer and onboarding.
Over these 2 years, it has been apparent that HR Tech has been playing an increasingly important role in using personal data to aid businesses, especially in terms of automation, analytics and artificial intelligence.
Organisations increasingly using HR Tech companies as an intermediary to process personal data, which leads to an immediate need for those organisations to ensure that these service providers have sound data protection practices.