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Rahaf Harfoush: Digital culture is redefining what it means to be human

Businesses are moving from being knowing organisations to learning organisations, driven by data abundance and digital anxiety

What HR can learn from customer experience

Taking best practice from the customer experience can help create a more efficient and engaged workplace

Claire Fox: Productivity problem down to UK firms' fear of failure

A panel at the CIPD's Festival of Work debated the impact that investment in training and tech, management skill levels, and CEO pay have on UK productivity

Anthony Seldon: Understand human intelligence or be "eaten alive" by AI

The mismatch between employers and educators must be resolved to develop the skills needed in the world of work and reduce the risk of humans being surpassed by AI

Four ways to be an ethical AI business leader

At the 2019 CIPD Festival of Work speakers shared tips on how to ensure AI is helping to create meaningful work

TUC's Paul Nowak: The tech revolution must happen with people, not to people

Workers must be given greater say over AI implementation to avoid widening inequality, according to the TUC's deputy general secretary Paul Nowak

AI careers unappealing to UK workers

Government data finds that many are uninterested in a career in AI as BEIS announces plans to boost technology skills

Digitalisation of the visa system: What HR should know

HR teams need to get up to speed with the transformation of the UK's visa system, including digital visa status and online right to work checks

The role of tech in cultural transformation

New tools can provide a framework for knowledge sharing and a more collaborative approach, but technology alone does not create culture

Humanise your brand with your strongest advocates

Employees can often be an organisation’s strongest advocates, and it’s time more brands started to use this to their advantage

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HR must help organisations navigate change

The workplace is transforming fast and who better to shepherd organisations through this than the professionals who understand people?

Leadership in an age of social media

Social media is changing the role of leaders and their relationships with ‘followers’ and other stakeholders

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