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AI in the workplace: Maximizing human potential

Presented at the ManageEngine User Conference, Dallas by David Brodeur-Johnson, Principal Analyst, Forrester

Published on November 02, 2023

In an era where work and workplaces are constantly evolving, the pursuit of maximizing human potential takes center stage. It’s a universally understood truth that when we do something right—when we find our rhythm and experience that state of flow—we not only excel but also feel a profound sense of fulfillment.

With the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), we stand at the threshold of a transformative revolution; a revolution that is poised to redefine the way we approach work, problem-solving, and productivity for the better. As we delve deeper into the future of work, it becomes evident that AI is playing a pivotal role in shaping this future, with its massive impact already visible across various domains.

No matter where you fit into this ever-evolving equation—be it as an employee, employer, or part of the dynamic gig economy—it’s irrefutable that the future of work is here and now. As David Brodeur Johnson aptly notes, “There’s going to be magic and mayhem with generative AI.” 

Watch this insightful presentation by Forrester Analyst David Brodeur Johnson as he unveils the power of AI in achieving maximum human potential in the workplace and shows us a way to lead in the future of work.

What you’ll learn:

  • The impact of AI on employee experience

  • Navigating the magic and mayhem of generative AI

  • AI as strategic imperative in enterprises

  • The power of achieving a state of flow at work

  • The intersection of technology and well-being

About the speaker

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David Brodeur-Johnson
Principal Analyst, Forrester

David serves leaders responsible for employee experience (EX) and workforce productivity and is the lead author of Forrester's EX Index research. His passion is helping companies create workplaces that engage people and enable them to do their best work. He is an expert in the way technology affects motivation and performance as well as how it shapes organizations’ employee experience. David also speaks publicly about how organizations can use psychological and organizational behavior research to guide their technology strategy and set better priorities.

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