AI – a threat to jobs, or the holy grail of work?

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Register Now!Date/Time: Thursday, February 27, 2020 11:00 am Pacific Standard Time

Duration: 1 hour

Join Artificial Intelligence expert Joe Rogers of WorkDone and leadership speaker Chris Dyer of PeopleG2 as they review the potential of this emerging change to how we all work.

Joe is a Harvard-educated serial entrepreneur with over 2 decades of starting & growing technology and consulting businesses. He is currently the founder of WorkDone, a Corporate Memory / Digital Workforce platform which arose from decades of experience consulting to large multi-national clients to manage enterprise content, reengineer business processes, and ensure compliance. By leveraging WorkDone’s patent-pending Expertise Capture technology, organizations can seamlessly train software agents to automate transactions between major SaaS platforms while permanently retaining operational best practices known as Work Heuristics™.

Chris Dyer is a recognized performance expert. Constantly intrigued by what makes some businesses and individuals more successful than others, Chris has dedicated years of research to uncovering what drives productivity and profits. His companies have been designated a fastest growing company by Inc 5000 4 times as well as publishing the best-selling book, The Power of Company Culture.

As a sought-after leadership speaker and consultant, Chris works with leading organizations to help them transform their cultures to boost performance and gain an even greater edge in the marketplace.

Joe and Chris will leverage their experiences in all aspects of work to facilitate a road map for the coming decade on how work will change with AI. If your business is not actively using AI today, this webinar will be an invaluable tool to start. It is also perfect for those leaders that have begun to use AI, but not fully used it for its maximum potential.

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