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Podcast: Digitization and the Future of Work

Podcast: Digitization and the Future of Work

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Podcast with Marie Gould Harper and Enrique Rubio

Automation and AI are fast becoming competition in the workplace. Will this digitization boom continue to be a threat to professionals down the road? While the reliance on technology may seem endless, there are pitfalls to automation, as well as benefits. Will fighting automation be worth it, or should HR departments embrace technology to complement their value in an organization?

Enrique Rubio, Founder of Global Hacking HR, and Dr. Marie Gould Harper, Dean of the School of Business at American Public University, discuss the space that we have created for technology in the workplace, and how HR professionals can help employees and business owners navigate digitization at work.

About the Speakers

Dr. Marie Gould Harper is the Dean of the School of Business at American Public University. She holds an undergraduate degree in psychology from Wellesley College, a master’s degree in instructional systems from Pennsylvania State University and a doctorate in business from Capella University. She is a progressive coach, facilitator, writer, strategist and human resources/organizational development professional with more than 30 years of leadership, project management, and administrative experience. Dr. Gould Harper has worked in both corporate and academic environments.

Dr. Gould Harper is an innovative thinker and influential leader, manifesting people skills, a systematic approach to problems, organizational vision and ability to inspire followers. She is committed to continuous improvement in organizational effectiveness and human capital development, customer service and the development of future leaders.

Enrique Rubio, PMP, CSM, is the founder of Global Hacking HR, the co-founder of Cotopaxi Recruitment, a Fulbright Scholar and an advocate for technology in the workplace. He holds a degree in electronic engineering from the Universidad Simón Bolívar and an Executive Master in Public Administration with a focus on human resources from Syracuse University.