September 4, 2018 – Volume 1 Issue 5
IN THIS ISSUE
This week we have a double feature on Boeing. It starts with a thought-provoking feature on their use of artificial intelligence to drive innovation. And, later, we profile Mylene Barizo in our first HR2IT Trailblazers profile. We also share some fascinating research and highlight our next event.
Members in the News: Boeing and AI Driven Innovation
Harish Rao, senior director of analytics at Boeing, was featured on Boeing’s “Innovation Quarterly” web site where he explained how Boeing uses AI to innovate. While the examples are specific to Boeing, the approach should provoke conversations across your organizations. Mylene Barizo of Boeing is a founding member of HR2IT.
Research Center: i4cp Report – How to Avoid Collaborative Overload
Collaborative overload is a growing problem, but it’s one that is overlooked in most organizations.
How to Avoid Collaborative Overload is the final brief in a four-part series on collaboration in high-performance organizations. The research was conducted in partnership by the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) and organizational network analysis (ONA) thought leader Rob Cross.
This brief provides:
– Effective ways to identify and avoid collaborative overload
– Four research-based workplace practices that enable collaboration
– Several next practices high-performance organizations are implementing
– A link to Cross’ Collaborative Overload assessment
Events: Founding Member Quarterly Call
The quarterly call for HR2IT Founding Members will be on September 11 at 11:00 AM eastern time. Check your email for details or contact Jessica Taylor, Executive Director, at JTaylor@HR2IT.com.
Coming Soon: HR2IT Trailblazers Featuring Mylene Barizo of Boeing
HR2IT Trailblazers makes its debut this week with a fascinating profile of Mylene Barizo, IT Human Resources Director for Boeing. As Ted Colbert, Boeing CIO, described, “Mylene is a burst of sunshine on the team. In addition to the energy she brings to the team, her leadership is about leveraging her skills and expertise to get to outcomes—and those outcomes are all about achieving our business objectives through our talented workforce.”
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