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How Knowledge Graphs Are Transforming Human Resource Management

March 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT

How Knowledge Graphs Are Transforming Human Resource Management

How Knowledge Graphs Are Transforming Human Resource Management

March 24, 2021 1:00 pm

“Human resource management teams have been through a lot over the last year as they have coped with the new remote work reality. While a lot was deployed quickly, it incurred significant technical debt. Achievements have been impressive, but true realization of the full value from the crisis-driven changes will not happen without some remediation. This is where graph frameworks come into play. ”

“What’s a knowledge graph? It is a way to store and visualize enterprise knowledge in terms of entities and their interlinked relationships. That’s a mouthful, but this powerful tool can propel all kinds of human resource management transformation initiatives, such as customized skill development, conversational access to employee systems, a more personalized experience, better retention and new efficiencies for a more streamlined digital workplace.”

“In this session on how knowledge graphs are transforming human resource management we will discuss:

  • What a knowledge graph looks like and why it matters
  • Examples of how knowledge graph-based applications can accelerate digital transformations in HR
  • How to get started in a way that is practical, cost effective, and demonstrates solid ROI.”

“Join us to discover a path to a better post-crisis experience for your company and employees.”

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Details

Date:
March 24
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT
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Venue

Virtual (online event)

Organizer

Earley Information Science
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