Do You Have A Data Governance Process?
Survey Background: We surveyed 542 HR executives and subject matter experts about new and existing projects involving intelligent tools and AI. We covered 26 different technologies using a 28-question instrument that spanned a wide range of topics. Today we’ll look at a favorite recurring question (will machines replace people) along with the broader subject of how HR teams are evaluating new technologies in their stack.
Over the next two to five years HR’s most important asset will be its data. AI and intelligent software tools are swarming the HR Technology stack. Because these tools are being introduced without much in the way of customer acceptance testing, they’re likely to spawn a new era in HR management.
What we’re talking about here is the emergence of a new set of analytics-driven data-based elements of the HR department. Not only will intelligent tools change the scope and focus of the work of HR (as it will for the rest of the organization) ever-increasing volumes of data will push some parts of HR into roles that look very much like