In today's fast-paced world, decisions need to be made faster than ever to stay ahead of the competition. It's not just about speed, it's about the increasing frequency with which game-changing decisions are required.
83 million jobs to be lost in the next five years
According to the World Economic Forum's Future Jobs Report 2023 (link to study
), we are facing a significant shift in the labor market: 83 million jobs will be lost over the next five years, while 69 million new jobs will be created. Of the remaining jobs, 23% are expected to change dramatically. These numbers underscore the importance and complexity. It will not be enough to simply react to change; it will need to be actively prepared for and strategically planned for. The challenge is not just to keep pace, but to proactively shape the transformation.
Accurate benchmark data instead of a crystal ball, but how?
What can we do to get the most realistic picture of the future? Just as artificial intelligence (AI) is co-creating this great transformation, we can also use it to prepare the solutions. Information-driven decision making plays a key role, supported by technologies such as Big Data and AI that provide access to accurate benchmark data. With the help of Decision Intelligence*, they provide a solid foundation for your forward-looking decisions. Ditch the crystal ball and rely on information.
Consider the following questions: How many of these changes will affect you, your business, and your industry? Are you prepared for them? How many positions in your organization will be affected by these changes? I look forward to sharing. Your Mumi.
How ChatGPT Explains Data Intelligence
*Decision Intelligence explained by ChatGPT:
Decision Intelligence refers to the systematic use of data, analytics and technology to make informed decisions. In HR, this can mean gathering data about employee skills, performance, satisfaction and development to make better decisions about hiring, developing and retaining talent. By applying decision intelligence, we can potentially make more accurate predictions about employee performance, better target training, and gain an overall deeper understanding of our employees' needs. By combining data and technology with human judgment, we aim to optimize our decision-making processes and ultimately improve the effectiveness of our HR strategy.