Are you looking for synergy? Managers can learn from AI's success in enhancing employee creativity
Artificial intelligence has the potential to improve decision making, at least in some contexts. Jakob Stollberger, an AI expert, and David De Cremer, an AI specialist, offer advice to managers on how to best integrate artificial intelligence into work processes. This includes creativity as well as meeting the needs of the "human component" of the system.
There are many opportunities for digital transformation to improve work processes. This includes those that organisations depend on for survival such as creativity or innovation. This is where the key challenge lies in integrating AI into work processes that were previously reserved for human team members. We offer several suggestions for managers to help enable AI-augmented creativity within their organizations.
Both the positive and negative sides of AI for organizations
The ongoing digital transformation of workplaces as well as the integration of machine learning (and artificial intelligence) (AI), has the potential to significantly enhance the work of human employees and take it further (Reeves 2015). AI has made a significant leap in the last decade. Its capabilities now go beyond routine administrative or clerical tasks and extend to tasks that require considerable thinking ability (Huang Rust & Maksimovic 2019, 2019).
Despite the potential economic benefits, there are concerns about the devaluation and rise in unemployment caused by the automation of work processes using AI. There have also been suggestions that AI could pose a threat to democracy (Helbing, 2017). While some people are hopeful about how AI will enhance creativity and ensure continued social progress (Amabile 2020), others (Barrat (2013); Lindebaum Vesa, den Hond 2020) are skeptical. They argue that AI may limit our ability to create in the future. AI is not human-like. Therefore, initial perceptions of AI are characterized by distrust in its abilities (Glikson and Woolley 2020). This leads to a preference to work with humans (Dietvorst Simmons, Massey 2015). Managers face the challenge of successfully integrating AI into work processes (De Cremer 2019, such as those that require creativity). We will discuss three key points for managers to help them facilitate AI integration within their organisations.
Human-AI collaboration to improve creative problem-solving
Amabile, 1996, defines creativity as "the generation of new and useful ideas" (Amabile). This means that ideas can be considered to be creative if they: (a) are different from existing knowledge and (b) are valuable in a human work environment (e.g., when improved products or services are being offered). However, the process behind creative idea generation is not uniform. It varies depending on which activities are being engaged in (Nijstad de Dreu and Rietzschel & Baas 2010, 2010). Creative ideas can result from either activities that require persistence (e.g., information search and exploration of a small number of categories) or activities that require flexibility (e.g., activities that break old habits and connect knowledge across broad, previously unrelated categories). In a way, the persistence-flexibility duality can be likened to the relationship between exploration and exploitation that has previously been linked to enhanced innovative potential in organisations (Bledow, Frese, Anderson, Erez, & Farr, 2009). As a guide, we will use the two pathways to creativity (persistence and flexibility) as a starting point for a division between AI and humans.
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It can be very detrimental to your health. It is impossible to avoid it all, but there are ways you can reduce the effects. Do not take on too many responsibilities. Set limits for yourself and others. It is okay to say no.
To relieve stress, try:
Talking to a friend or family member.
Develop healthy habits
You can prevent problems from coming your way tomorrow if you make the right decisions today.
Brush your teeth twice daily and floss each day.
Limit your alcohol. Limit your alcohol intake to 1 drink per day.
Take your medication exactly as prescribed by your doctor.
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Meng suggests that you take time each day to invest in your own health.
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