As the Age of AI looms in, both organizations and people need to adapt to stay relevant.
Our society is, as a whole, unprepared for the change. The corporate sector is not different, even if it is an early adopter of automation and AI technology. We support both organizations and people in this transition.
Transforming an organization isn’t done in a day, and getting it ready for a complete disruption of its workforce requires an in-depth approach. The corporate sector also has to contend with competitors, some of those already on their way to be able to offer services at greatly reduced costs that still generate more margin than ever before. Those who don’t start adapting now will have to do so in a context where they will be badly outclassed.
Current AI technology is quickly becoming better at many tasks than human beings, at a fraction of the price. Many workers will see their jobs become irrelevant as algorithms can be both more efficient and cost-effective. This doesn’t mean that there is no place for people, but that their role needs to evolve. For the foreseeable future, AI technology will remain specialized. The key to human relevance lies in our ability to make complex connections between disparate subjects and creative solutions. We train workforces to improve their cross-functionality and creativity. Liberated from low-value work through automation, this allows them to leverage their in-depth knowledge of your organization and your context to bring more value than ever.