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Customer needs, technology, and a business landscape coming to grips with the post-pandemic world are redefining e-commerce, strengthening and building on what works, and discarding what is fast becoming obsolete.
The more advanced wearables have chatbots whose conversations with their “masters” can check their mood or anxiety level based on the tone of their voice.
Leaders and managers who had shunted data as a mere option now saw it as a mixture of a crystal ball that could forecast their fortunes and a genius of an AI that could show them the golden path to success.
And the messages that resonated and reached their audience had to do with empathy, compassion, truthfulness, a sense of community, and the willingness to go a thousand extra miles to create solutions to really urgent problems.
This is where technology comes in. It connects individuals who may belong to one department or organization, but yet work in various locations spread across the country. It keeps them posted on the progress of their projects and acts like a guardian who prevents data from getting lost or buried
The Pew Research’s study says that 21% of Americans are experiencing “high levels of psychological distress” because of the pandemic and its adverse consequences.
The workforce challenges that HR managers and executives will face are unprecedented, and many of them realize that they are on untrod ground in coming up with solutions.
One thing they should realize is that Hybrid is fast becoming the norm for many employees who had learned to make their personal and familial living spaces their workplace.
. Leaders should still be able to make plans and business objectives, with their teams implementing them---regardless of what the next medical, economic, or socio-political disruption would bring. As a result, according to a survey by the Sapient Insights Group, organizations who prioritized enterprise workforce planning in 2020 rose to 36%, compared to 20% of the previous year.
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