Automatic for the people: PwC’s surprising tool in the struggle to attain and retain talent
“Combined with analytics and deployed with intensive change management, intelligent automation may be one of PwC’s key tools for helping themselves and their clients attract and keep their best talent.” This is the conclusion TBR recently came to in a new report released after their analysts interviewed Kevin Kroen and Kevin Schwartz, both PwC partners and leaders in the firm’s Intelligent Automation practice.
Read Automatic for the people: PwC’s surprising tool in the struggle to attain and retain talent to learn how:
Robotic process automation (RPA) and citizen-led approaches may upend talent strategies for the better
Citizen-led automation programs can energize employees and help boost talent efforts
ProEdge, PwC’s upskilling platform, is helping our clients implement a citizen-led approach at scale
Instead of threatening jobs, automation can empower employees to help solve the problems closest to them and free up more of their time for creative and value-add tasks.
At PwC, we embraced this experience for ourselves and now wrap automation into client offerings across all our practices. We’re helping other organizations embrace digital transformation, improve workforce experiences and retention rates as well as boost productivity. Who knew automation could be a secret weapon to help compete for top talent?
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