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Starting the RPA Journey

When it comes to RPA, many organizations are either investigating its use or are in early stages of implementing it for POC or Pilot Projects. In this presentation, Anoop Srivastava, Robotic Process Automation Specialist, Wiley, discusses Wiley’s experience starting a RPA program and making it a success, which includes challenges and lessons learned from bringing first BOT to production. As well as:

  • How to engage Business Groups like Finance, HR, Customer Service, etc.
  • The role of the COE in the RPA program and COE Operating Model
  • Best practices for socializing the program across your organization

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Why IA Implementations Fail & How Yours Can Succeed

Intelligent Automation technologies have the potential to deliver significant business benefits — if implemented well. But many RPA implementations fail to deliver the returns promised. Fortunately, the causes of failure are fairly consistent, and there are steps you can take to avoid them. In this presentation, Will Tyler, Sr. RPA Developer, Change Healthcare, goes over:

  • Why IA implementations fail — and why they succeed
  • How to avoid implementation pitfalls through strategic planning
  • How to steer your IA program/s through key challenges along the way

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Rise of the Machine: From Process Mapping, to RPA at the World Bank

Implementing RPA can yield huge efficiencies in HR processes, boosting productivity and freeing up HR personnel for higher-level work. However, it’s important to go about implementation in the right way. In this presentation, Monika Tripathi, Sr. HR Specialist, The World Bank, goes over how the World Bank brought RPA to its HR function, as well as best practices for:

  • Auditing and mapping processes and choosing which to automate
  • Evaluating and selecting tools and technologies
  • Establishing an effective governance structure
  • And more!

Attracting & Retaining Millennial Talent With the Help of Intelligent Automation

It’s no secret that recruiting and retaining talent is a critical component of organizational success. After all, an organization will only be as successful as the collective talent that works there. To foster a more productive workplace, it's important for organizations to effectively leverage cross-generational inclusivity. 

Millennial's currently make up about 46% of the current workforce — and research suggests that this number will increase to about 65% by 2020. Although millennial's make up a large portion of the workforce, only 29% are engaged in the workplace and 60% are open to new opportunities. As the millennial generation continues to flood the workforce, it is imperative for companies to edit their HR approach to better engage and retain talent. When companies utilize intelligent automation within HR processes, it allows them to better attract, develop, and retain millennial talent.

Take a look at our latest article to discover where you can employ automation to improve your overall recruitment efforts and retention levels!

Top HR Trends to Watch in 2019

It's 2019, which means another year of new opportunities for developments in the HR space. In 2018, the top HR trends included people analytics, passive candidates, employee experience, going digital, the remote workforce, and BYOD (bring your own device). At the time, those trends heavily focused on HR technology. But as the year moved on, four out of the six became top issues for many HR professionals.

View the 2019 trends report to uncover:

  • Insights from HR professionals at Facebook, TransUnion, Elkay Manufacturing, Flex, Atrium Health, Beacon Health Options, and Gap, Inc.
  • An outlook on HR Technology, company performance, and employee engagement
  • How to prepare for the latest trends in the HR Space
  • And much more!