#4: More time through AI - using it wisely

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Imagine your employees can suddenly work 30% more productively thanks to AI. What would you do for your organization with the newly gained time?

Some managers say that this can alleviate the increasing staff shortage (keyword: shortage of skilled workers). Others believe that the time gained will help them to get out of the often-cited overload and time crunch. Other questions quickly arise: How do we even decide what to do with the time we gain? And how can we ensure that the productivity potential does not simply evaporate?

Saving time with AI: a curse or a blessing?

The challenge lies in using the free time sensibly and not letting it seep away in new ideas and requirements. The solution requires thought and reflection - and cannot be answered in the same way for everyone. As is so often the case, the key to success lies in an open dialog between managers and employees,
  • not only to reorganize time, but also to enrich it,
  • rebalancing the scales between company goals and personal development
  • and thus firmly anchoring joy, innovation and creativity in the corporate culture.

"The best way to predict the future is to shape it."

This quote is also Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States,
Management guru Peter Drucker and Alan Kay, software pioneer from Silicon Valley - and is more relevant today than ever.

The answers to questions about the future of work are pressing. Microsoft recently surveyed 31,000 users of its products worldwide and found that 68% of employees feel overwhelmed by the pace and volume of their work. 48% even feel burnt out. AI can be a real relief here - if we manage to get to the root of the problem and solve it creatively.

Creating solutions through creative dialog

In Liechtenstein, we have worked with the "Future of Work Cafes" created a format to open up spaces for solutions to the issues at hand. Inspired by the Case Clinics of the Presencing Institute, these formats offer a protected framework for developing viable ways of using AI in a meaningful and productive way across organizations and testing new working models. In small groups, we use concrete examples to work out how the working world of tomorrow can be designed in a meaningful way - currently on topics such as team communication, corporate culture and learning organizations.

Would you like to find out how you and your organization can make the most of the time available? Let's have a quick chat to explore the possibilities:
Best regards
Best regards
Hartmut Hübner
Tel: +41 77 261 07 24
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