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.
It is tough not to read another technology article without Artificial Intelligence (AI) being mentioned.
To that extent, it is not surprising to see companies using that word more and more loosely.
On one spectrum, you have Oracle CEO Mark Hurd, who said that “it’s just nonsense” to believe that many tech companies are serious about their efforts to develop AI technology.
Artificial intelligence (AI), as a recruitment tool, has been rapidly rising and revolutionizing the recruiting process.
Similarly to sales representatives and marketers that had profited from automation tools such as HubSpot and Salesforce, recruiters are now progressively turning to AI for hiring talents.
Today, the recruitment automation scene incorporates approximately 70 different types of tools such as Gusto, Culture Amp, Luminoso, Smashfly, BreezyHR, and more.
Work is constantly evolving and in today’s fast paced environment, it can sometimes be hard to deal with everyday tasks and deadlines.
With the technology being omnipresent, new products, such as tools or apps are being developed daily and some of them can help you boost your efficiency and better organize your line of business.
In conjunction to MDIS Southern Cross University Programme information session, I will be guest speaking on the industries to look out for in 2015.