In this episode, I discuss network automation and how it’s really more about people and not about process. People are the problem and, conveniently enough, people are the solution. People want to be heavily involved in the process of automation even though they secretly fear that it’s going to take over their jobs. Studies have been done that show that almost everyone has some part of their job that can be automated and a third of people would be happier if they did have that work taken off their plate.
So how can we solve our people problem? Let’s explore it a bit in this video.
- Manual Labor is Bad – https://medium.com/@raxsuite/why-manual-labor-on-repetitive-tasks-is-dangerous-to-your-company-5b08e0493533
- Goldsmith’s Research Link (Sponsored by AutomationAnywhere) – https://www.automationanywhere.com/makeworkhuman
- The Productvity Pains of Disconnected Data (SnapLogic Study) – https://www.snaplogic.com/resources/white-papers/study-how-disconnected-data-is-causing-productivity-pains-for-organizations
- Beginner’s Luck – https://lifehacker.com/how-beginners-luck-works-and-how-you-can-reproduce-it-a-5904825
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