ExtremeHumanization
RadicalHumanization
HumanizationOffensive
ExtremeEmployeeEngagement
RadicalEmployeeEngagement

I continue my search for approaches fit for dealing with the “AI tsunami” (talk about an overused term). I have a visceral dislike for “defending against the encroachment ….”
I want offense, not defense.

And attached is my “offensive effort” (yikes, watch those words, Tom) to deal with this tech change—you might call it a short-form follow-up to The Excellence Dividend.

My approach (to going on offense), presented in summary form in the attached (some summary, 33 pages, 6,403 words), is built around the words in the title above:

ExtremeHumanization
RadicalHumanization
HumanizationOffensive
ExtremeEmployeeEngagement
RadicalEmployeeEngagement

There are 19 wee sections which attempt to get at the meaning of, in particular, ExtremeHumanization/ExtremeEmployeeEngagement.

All yours …*

(*The word “Extreme” is not used lightly.)