Webinar: Human Interaction is the New ‘Killer App’
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When: Thursday, September 28th 2017
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: GoToWebinar
United States
Contact: SHRM-Atlanta

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Human Interaction is the New 'Killer App'

In Human Interaction is the New ‘Killer App, Alan Stukalsky will share his insight on how companies can adapt to the world of technological innovation and automation in the workforce while continuing to grow and nurture long-lasting talent relationships without losing the human touch. Fundamentally, machines and humans are good at different things, and automation will enable people to focus on and align themselves with skills that provide a value add that machines cannot. Randstad research found U.S. workers are also optimistic about working alongside automation, with over half even willing to retrain and upskill. During this session, Alan will offer practical takeaways for attendees that highlight how the grouping of technology with the element of “human touch” provides the kind of differentiation that leaders need to drive growth and engagement.  

Learning Objectives

  • An overview of the current landscape of workplace automation/skills in which machines excel
  • Where the value add is shifting for humans based on what machines can do well
  • How the human touch in a post-digital age is critical to business success and growth

SHRM BoCK (Competencies):

  • Leadership Navigation
  • HR Expertise
  • Business Acumen

Sponsored by:





Alan Stukalsky, Chief Digital Officer, Randstad North America

As chief digital officer, Alan is responsible for leveraging digital tools, big data and artificial intelligence to create industry leading solutions. He is also instrumental in integrating the company’s marketing strategies with its sales and delivery approach. Alan has a strong focus on digitizing processes and improving interactions with clients, talent and employees to help them be successful in their interactions with the company. He looks to new products, social technology and analytics to move the company forward, and he plays an integral role in conceptualizing and implementing Randstad’s global infrastructure. Alan holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Georgia Tech and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Emory University


  • Member: Complimentary
  • Non-Member: $30

Re-certification Credit*: (1) HRCI General Credit and (1) PDC SHRM Credit

Who Should Attend: HR/hiring professionals, innovative business leaders



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