Yetenek Yönetiminde Yapay Zekâ Uygulamaları

Günümüz rekabetçi dünyasında, her örgütün kârlılık düzeyini büyük ölçüde artırarak istediği hedefe ulaşabilmesi için yetenekli işgücü sağlaması esastır. İnsan kaynakları yönetiminin çok önemli bir işlevi olan yetenek yönetimi örgütlerin doğru yeteneği elde etmesinde kilit rol oynamaktadır. Bu bağlamda, insan kaynakları yönetiminin özellikle yeteneği yönetmede yapay zekâ uygulamalarını benimsemeleri elzemdir. Yapay zekâ, makinelerin insan benzeri bilişsel görevleri yerine getirme yeteneği olarak değerlendirilmektedir. Yapay zekânın çalışanlar açısından önyargı ve belirsizlik riskleri vurgulansa da, bu sorunların çözülebilir nitelikte olduğu görülmektedir. Çalışmanın amacı, yapay zekâ uygulamalarının yetenek yönetimindeki rolünü incelemektir. Son derece rekabetçi ve küresel pazarda yetenek yönetimi, örgütsel etkinliğin kilit belirleyicisidir. Yetenek yönetimi işlevi, yeni yetenekleri çekme, seçme ve eğitme sürecinde büyük bir yatırım içerir. Yapay zekânın uygulanmaya başlanmasıyla birlikte yetenek kazanma rekabeti artmış ve teknolojiler potansiyel iş adaylarının insan kaynakları yöneticilerine kolay ulaşmasını sağlamıştır. Yapay zekâyı uygulayan örgütler yeteneği bulma ve işe alma, verileri analiz etme, verileri toplama, işyerindeki iş yükünü azaltma, işyeri verimliliğini zenginleştirme ve maliyetlerin azalması gibi pozitif bireysel ve örgütsel çıktılara ulaştıkları görülmektedir.

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