Task automation through generative AI can disrupt organizations by changing the work that makes up existing roles, shifting skill requirements, and affecting workforce composition. This will change the critical talent needed to achieve strategic objectives (the talent demand) and how prepared the organization is to meet the talent demand (the talent supply), revealing the talent gap driven by generative AI.
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Generative AI has the potential to disrupt organizations by automating tasks, reshaping roles, and shifting talent requirements. The success of organizations in leveraging generative AI to drive organizational objectives hinges on HR addressing the underlying impacts on talent.
Impact and Result
Organizations must first determine how generative AI use supports the organization’s strategic objectives to uncover its impact on the workforce, and in turn, the talent demand, supply, and gap. HR can address the talent gap driven by generative AI by adjusting or developing strategic HR initiatives to build, buy, borrow, redeploy, or reduce talent.