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Deep Talent

How to Transform Your Organization and Empower Your Employees Through AI

A groundbreaking guide to how you can transform your workplace culture, improve your workforce and boost your revenue with the support of talent intelligence software.
EAN: 9781398609549
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 234x156
192 pages

About the book

What's the secret to finding the right person for the job? And how do you ensure your existing employees thrive and flourish in the workplace? Deep Talent answers these questions and more, as it demonstrates how AI platforms can help you positively transform your business.

Every successful business relies upon an effective workplace culture with employees that are driven, productive and knowledgeable. So it's vital that leaders do everything they can to hire, develop and keep the people who are driving their growth and help them recognize their skills, capabilities and potential. Deep Talent provides strategies and approaches that any business leader can adopt to reinvigorate their workforce. It highlights the rising significance of talent intelligence platforms which, when combined with human instinct, can streamline and enhance business practices.

The recent transformation in workplace culture presents a huge opportunity for ambitious business leaders who want to improve their workplace culture and get ahead of the competition. Drawing upon fascinating case studies and first-hand research, Deep Talent provides clear strategies for supporting your workforce and using AI to its full potential. Uncover the cutting-edge ways in which you can reinvigorate the enthusiasm and productivity of your workforce and attract the best talent to your organization.

About the authors

Ashutosh Garg is the CEO & Founder of Eightfold.ai and the host of the 'The Brand Called You' podcast. He is based in San Francisco, California.

Kamal Ahluwalia
is an author, AI expert and the President of Eightfold.ai. Kamal is based in San Francisco, California.

Alexandra Levit is a workforce consultant and futurist. She is also a columnist for the Wall Street Journal and the author of Humanity Works. Alexandra Levit consults for various organizations including the U.S. government and has spoken at hundreds of organizations across five continents. Recently named to the Thinkers50 Radar List, she lives in Chicago, Illinois.