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g-f(2)2223 Harnessing AI: The Power of Employee Inclusion

 


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Introduction: 


Harvard Business Review article “For Success with AI, Bring Everyone On Board” by David De Cremer discusses the importance of involving all employees in AI projects within an organization.



genioux GK Nugget: 


"Inclusive AI practices, involving all employees in AI projects, are key to improving long-term performance and employee engagement." — Fernando Machuca and Copilot, April 13, 2024



genioux Foundational Fact: 


As AI continues to perform intellectually demanding tasks previously reserved for humans, employees may feel more excluded and less necessary. The article emphasizes that 80% of organizations aim for hyperautomation, which is the end-to-end automation of as many business processes as possible. However, executives often pursue this goal without feedback from employees, the people whose jobs and lives will be most affected by automation. Therefore, involving rank-and-file employees in AI projects, modeling inclusive behavior, and developing employee-inclusive AI practices are crucial for the success of AI implementation.



The 10 most relevant genioux Facts:




  1. AI is intimidating employees as it performs intellectually demanding tasks previously reserved for humans.
  2. Employees feel more excluded and less necessary due to AI.
  3. The problem of employee exclusion is getting worse.
  4. 80% of organizations aim for hyperautomation.
  5. Executives often pursue hyperautomation without feedback from employees.
  6. Employees’ jobs and lives will feel the greatest impact from automation.
  7. Leaders often exclude rank-and-file employees from AI projects.
  8. Leaders should model inclusive behavior.
  9. Organizations must develop employee-inclusive AI practices.
  10. Inclusive AI practices improve long-term performance and employee engagement.





Conclusion: 


In conclusion, the article underscores the importance of involving all employees in AI projects. It suggests that embracing inclusive AI practices is key to improving long-term performance and keeping employees engaged. The author provides practical suggestions for developing and maintaining AI literacy, emphasizing the need for executives to make technology-related discomfort a habit.



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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


David De Cremer is a professor of management and technology at Northeastern University and the Dunton Family Dean of its D’Amore-McKim School of Business. His website is daviddecremer.com.



Classical Summary:


The Harvard Business Review article "For Success with AI, Bring Everyone On Board" discusses the importance of involving all employees in AI projects within an organization¹. The author, David De Cremer, highlights that as AI performs intellectually demanding tasks previously reserved for humans, employees may feel more excluded and less necessary¹.


The article points out that 80% of organizations aim for hyperautomation, which is the end-to-end automation of as many business processes as possible¹. However, executives often pursue this goal without feedback from employees, the people whose jobs and lives will be most affected by automation¹.


De Cremer examines what keeps leaders from involving rank-and-file employees in AI projects, how they should model inclusive behavior, and what organizations must do to develop employee-inclusive AI practices¹. He emphasizes that these practices will make companies more likely to improve long-term performance and keep their employees happy, productive, and engaged¹.


Source: Conversation with Bing, 4/14/2024

(1) For Success with AI, Bring Everyone On Board - Harvard Business Review. https://hbr.org/2024/05/for-success-with-ai-bring-everyone-on-board.

(2) The Skills Your Employees Need to Work Effectively with AI. https://hbr.org/2023/11/the-skills-your-employees-need-to-work-effectively-with-ai.

(3) For Success with AI, Bring Everyone On Board - store.hbr.org. https://store.hbr.org/product/for-success-with-ai-bring-everyone-on-board/R2403J.





David De Cremer


David De Cremer is the Dunton Family Dean and a Professor of Management and Technology at Northeastern University's D’Amore-McKim School of Business¹²³⁴. He was officially installed as the Dunton Family Dean on March 21, 2024²³.


Before joining Northeastern University, De Cremer was a provost chair at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School, where he was a professor of management and organizations and the founder and director of the Centre on AI Technology for Humankind (AiTH)¹. He has also served as the KPMG endowed professor in management studies at the University of Cambridge's Judge Business School and fellow at St. Edmunds College, where he remains an honorary fellow at both institutes¹.


De Cremer is a behavioral scientist examining the interplay between humans and smart technologies in business and society¹. He is a strong advocate of interdisciplinary research to arrive at innovative ideas that can be translated into the realm of business and organizations¹. His research work is published by the leading journals in the field of behavior, organizations, and management¹.


He is a best-selling author, having published “The proactive leader: How to overcome procrastination and be a bold decision-maker” and “Leadership by Algorithm: Who leads and who follows in the AI era.” His latest book, “The AI-savvy leader: 9 ways to take back control and make AI work,” is published by Harvard Business Review Press and will be out mid-2024¹.


He received the honor of becoming a fellow of the Royal Dutch Academy of Science in 2005, and in 2009-2010, De Cremer was named the most influential (behavioral) economist in the Netherlands¹.


Source: Conversation with Bing, 4/14/2024

(1) David De Cremer - D'Amore-McKim School of Business. https://damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/people/david-de-cremer/.

(2) David De Cremer Installed as New Dean at D’Amore McKim. https://news.northeastern.edu/2024/03/22/david-de-cremer-damore-mckim-dean/.

(3) David De Cremer is Installed as the Dunton Family Dean. https://experiencepoweredby.northeastern.edu/david-de-cremer-is-installed-as-the-dunton-family-dean/.

(4) David De Cremer appointed dean of D'Amore-McKim School of Business at .... https://damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/news/david-de-cremer-appointed-dean-of-damore-mckim-school-of-business-at-northeastern-university/.



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