The Manila Times highlights Positive Organizational Scholarship

March 3, 2020

The Manila Times article “Creating human-centric organizations for the future” explores the value of Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS) as automation reshapes the global economy.

The article suggests that, as disruptive technological forces such as artificial intelligence become more commonplace, savvy human resources managers will need to rely on the principles of POS to help employees adapt. Providing workplace learning programs, career coaching, job-crafting opportunities and a shared vision—among other steps—will be crucial to creating and sustaining successful workplaces, the article says.

“Rapidly increasing automation will lead to major changes in how we work. Business and human resource management leaders can provide much-needed thought leadership by introducing evidence-backed interventions in the workplace … that can create human-centric organizations in an economy driven by unprecedented technological upheavals,” the article says.