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We are delighted to invite you to savour our reflections, our experiences and to share information.

The world is changing quickly. Here, we would like to take a step back from our daily lives and professional work.

Why a blog (while there is so much to do)? Because we’re passionate about technology supported by pedagogy, both in theory and practice.

At HybFormation, we want to share ideas, experiences, tools, challenges, achievements and other results of our ongoing thoughts and learning, which we hope will provide you with a more global spectrum of reflection. The spectrum covers the insights we continue to gain from delivering online training, on-the-job training, hybrid learning, microlearning and more.

It is not just one more blog, it is a way for you to discover our colour, opinions, those of practitioners who recognize the value of scientific foundations and who consider technology, not as a means in itself, but, as a tool in the service of human beings.

We also believe in the notion of pleasure – the pleasure of creating and co-creating, of working as a complementary team, of achieving or surpassing established objectives, and of offering a conclusive experience for managers, trainers, and participants alike.

In our first blog, we thought we’d reflect on the challenges and opportunities of artificial intelligence for managers in developing, delivering, and measuring training programs and learning for business.

Managers are currently facing several HR challenges, such as:

  1. Maximizing employee autonomy and performance
  2. Ensuring quality and conformity of operations
  3. Planning and preparing succession
  4. Promoting ownership of change
  5. Mobilizing his/her team

How can AI support managers in addressing these challenges? To demonstrate, I thought I’d use CoPilot to ask, “What’s the difference between a manager and artificial intelligence?”

And here is CoPilot’s answer:

“In short, AI is a technological tool that can support managers in their tasks, but the fundamental role of a manager remains focused on interacting with people and managing operations within an organization.”

Thanks Copilot! It’s neat, it’s helpful and it only took two seconds to get. And I agree. Artificial intelligence does not replace the manager. Although it can become a bad master if we don’t know how to use it carefully, it has all the potential to be, in our opinion, a good servant.

This blog was written as part of the April 12, 2024 conference.

Artificial Intelligence’s Stakes and Opportunities for Managers.

Two more blogs are coming soon – one about AI’s opportunities and the other one about its stakes.

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