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The seventh issue of Small Scenarios is about the explosion of questions and surrounding conversations that have arisen from employees due to the coronavirus pandemic. Small Scenarios are free to download and we require no information from you.

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The Heart of the Organization

 
 
Before the pandemic, employees spent around two hours a day discovering information in their company policies and reference materials (often stored across multiple locations). Systems like this were not designed to scale during an abrupt shift to distributed work like that which we have experienced during the coronavirus pandemic. Zoom forward to today – question volume has exploded. Meanwhile, the speed at which the answers change is accelerating. TJ Fjelseth, the CHRO at Socrates AI, takes a look at what to do about it with collaborators Heather Bussing and John Sumser.
 
 
This small scenario is a collaboration with TJ Fjelseth, the CHRO at Socrates.ai, Heather Bussing, and John Sumser.
 
 
As always, Small Scenarios are free to download. We require no information from you.
 
 


 
About: Regular collaborators Heather Bussing, Michael Kannisto, and John Sumser are joined this week by TJ Fjelseth, CHRO at Socrates AI. Small Scenarios is a series of digestible papers that tackle the HR and Recruiting issues emerging from the coronavirus pandemic.
 
Issue № 7: The seventh issue of Small Scenarios is about the explosion of questions and surrounding conversations that have arisen from employees due to the coronavirus pandemic.
 
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