Future of Work: ADP on Data, Technology, HR, Workforce Trends (CXOTalk)
What is the future of work? Stuart Sackman, Chief Information Officer and Chief Technology Officer at HR powerhouse ADP, tells CXOTalk how data is helping employees manage their careers better with new technology, different skills, and work-life integration – as well as enabling other companies to manage talent to meet job trends such as digital work and the gig economy.
For more information and the complete interview transcript, see https://www.cxotalk.com/video/future-work-adp-data-technology-job-trends
“…Technology is replacing a lot of manual, low skilled work, so workers themselves come to the workplace with different skills and they’ll need to continue to develop those skills,” Sackman explains. “Organizations have to be willing to adapt to these trends if they’re going to be able to recruit and retain the best workforces to get their work done…”
“One of our core concepts is that employees are most successful when they leverage their strengths, which makes sense, or common sense. But, do employers have an easy way to measure the strength of their employees? They don’t really, so we’re providing tools that help measure their strengths.”
Sackman joined ADP in 1992 and currently leads ADP’s Global Product and Technology (GPT) organization, overseeing both client-facing product development and internal technology (CIO/CTO) operations. He previously served as Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Multinational Corporations (MNC) Services, which includes the ADP GlobalView and ADP Streamline businesses, and also played a leadership role in developing the organization’s product and marketing strategies.
This interview was recorded live at IPsoft’s AI Innovation Center in New York City. Anyone interested in HCM, talent management, and the implications of AI and machine learning should watch.