Energy & Utility Skills Sector Called to Embrace New Technology - Energy & Utility Skills

Energy & Utility Skills Sector Called to Embrace New Technology

IBM’s work with cognitive computing systems – helping the energy and utilities sector retain its older workers’ expertise and share it with younger generations.

 

Energy & Utility Skills Sector Called to Embrace New Technology

IBM’s work with cognitive computing systems, which manage the efficient and cost-effective transfer of information, can play a key role in helping the energy and utilities sector retain its older workers’ expertise and share it with younger generations.

In a recent blog, Palash Banerjee, Associate Partner at IBM Analytics, explores whether such systems can also improve workforce productivity and enhance retention.

In a related paper, Banerjee details how cognitive management systems work and calls for this new technology to be embraced by the sector.

The paper has been reproduced here with the kind permission of IBM.