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An Interview with Diane Gherson, CHRO at IBM, on Driving Organizational Transformation

HR Digest

Today, as Diane Gherson, CHRO IBM, transforms global workforce outcomes through talent analytics and data, she is not afraid to put forward profoundly ambitious and path-breaking ideas. The CHRO of IBM, Diane Gherson however, has different views and she has translated the term “human+machine interaction” into HRM practices.

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Recruiting, L&D and talent management top areas of AI opportunity and risk


In late 2023, HR tech analyst firm Valoir collaborated with Human Resource Executive ® to study the challenges confronting HR leaders as they integrate AI within their enterprises. The result is a report released this month called Is HR Ready for AI? Get his expert advice.


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Insights Discussion: The Next "Normal" - How Do We Transition Back to Work? [VIDEO & RECAP]


During this week’s Insights Discussion, we sat down with Josh Bersin (global HR industry analyst), Tanuj Kapilashrami (Group Head of HR at Standard Chartered Bank), and Gio Twigge (CHRO of IDEXX Laboratories) to discuss the return to work and what both employees and employers can expect moving forward.

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Caterpillar’s transformative CHRO is the 2023 HR Executive of the Year


Cheryl Johnson, CHRO for Caterpillar Inc. Previously, Caterpillar had HR leaders embedded in each of its divisions but not in the business segments, which she says fueled a “gap” that cut the C-suite off from understanding talent issues. “I never lose sight of that.”

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The Gap Between What C-Suite Leaders Think And What HR Executives And Employees Know About Their Workplaces

Thrive Global

Several key findings from the study include: C-suite executives now rank organizational complexity, inadequate skills and employee burnout as the top 3 greatest challenges their businesses will face in the next 2 years, and 84% of CHROs say over the next two years they will prioritize agility and flexibility in the workforce.

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Could Your HR Job Be Automated in the Next 10 Years?

Analytics in HR

HR leadership roles. This will require HR leadership to both adapt and evolve their roles to be able to successfully lead and respond to these challenges. This is already evidenced in the evolving role of the CHRO. To remain relevant in the future, professionals in these roles will need to become more strategic.

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Fond of Work: Kevin J. Bohan, CHRO and SVP of Human Resources at WernerCo


Bohan, CHRO and SVP of Human Resources at WernerCo. Kevin is a strategic and commercially-focused global HR leader who believes that culture and top talent bring competitive advantages. Why do you think HR is an important department for every business to have? Any advice for future HR leaders?