1st Edition

Disruptive Artificial Intelligence and Sustainable Human Resource Management Impacts and Innovations -The Future of HR

    300 Pages 26 Color & 11 B/W Illustrations
    by River Publishers

    300 Pages 26 Color & 11 B/W Illustrations
    by River Publishers

    It is well-established that every organization is founded with a specific purpose and goals. Virtually all business organizations obtain measurements and metrics dealing with outcomes and results. However, what is reflected on the balance sheet does not necessarily show the actual worth of the organizations and ensure their survival and sustainability. Thus, the question arises, what exactly makes the organizations sustainable and thriving in an ever-changing environment? There are several examples of companies like Faber-Castell, Bank of Ireland, Chivas, DuPont and many more which have been able to sustain and survive over more than 200 years and still have a successful existence in the present era. Thus, it is important for the organization to pay equal attention to its three bottom lines, i.e., people, profit and planet for its sustainability, which not only meet the needs of the present generation but should have a futuristic approach as well.

    In the present era, organizations are adopting a new normal working dynamic and coping with the post-pandemic situations to sustain themselves in the business environment. Technology plays a significant role in this new working dynamic, and cutting-edge technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence, blockchain,ChatGPT, Internet of Things, and much more effectively facilitate human functioning at work. The book aims to contribute to understanding and developing sustainable human resource management processes and practices aligned with recent technologies. It highlights the interconnection among the three bottom-line sustainable approaches for the growth and development of the organization.

    Topics discussed in this book include:

    • Disruptive Technologies and HR Sustainability

    • Convergence of Innovative Technologies, HR and Organizational Growth

    • Triple bottom-line Sustainability for HRM

    • Business-oriented Talent analytics and HR Sustainability

    • Role of Leadership in sustainable HRM practices.

    1. Artificial Intelligence and Sustainable Human Resource Management

    Neetu Bali Kamra, Indranil Mutsuddi, Chandranshu Sinha and Ruchi Sinha

    2. The New Era of HRM in the World 2.0

    Chinmayee Abbey, Anamika Pandey and Chait Rendu

    3. Emerging HR Practices—Digital Upskilling: A Strategic Way of Talent Management and Engagement

    S. Gomathi, A. Rajeswari and Seifedine Kadry

    4. Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Skill Development Training in India

    Biswabhushan Behera, Mamta Gaur and Mohammad Asif

    5. An Empirical Investigation on the Effect of Applying Artificial Intelligence Tools in Human Resource Analytics

    Bhaswati Jana, Surya Kant Pal, Jayanta Chakraborti, Manish Mohan B

    6.Artificial Intelligence in Reinventing Strategic Human Resources

    Ankur Kumar, Harish Chandra Singh Negi and Olena Nikylina

    7. The New HR Inclination for Artificial Intelligence Aiding Talent Acquisition

    Alka Agnihotri, Kavita Mathad and Seifedine Kadry

    8. Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment: An Impact Assessment of Organizations

    Indira Priyadarsani Pradhan, Parul Saxena, Chandrani Ganguly and Marija Benei Penava

    9. The Impact of Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Human Resource Management: A Theoretical and Conceptual Framework

    S. Gomathi, Anjali Sabale and Naveen Chilamkurti

    10. Impact of Artificial Intelligence in Promoting Teaching and Learning Transformations in Education System

    Richa Nangia, Richa Arora, Dimpy Sachar and Abdullah Bin Junaid

    11.Technology as a Solution for Ensuring Physical, Emotional and Financial Wellbeing of Employees

    Suruchi Pandey, Priyadarshini Khaskel and Sumita Misra

    12. Challenges of Building a Virtual Team in a New Normal

    Reena Lenka, Suruchi Pandey and Ahmet Yasar Demirkol

    13. Gamification in HR Practices: A Pathway to Sustainable Transformation

    Pratibha Pandey, Jacintha Menezes and Anamika Pandey

    14. Technology-based Human Resource Practices within Indian IT Industry

    Sandeep Kumar Gupta, Shikha Kapoor, Sebnem Yucel,Renu Rana, Recep Yusel and Lalit Prasad

    15. Convergence of Artificial Intelligence in Sustainable Human Resource Management for Modern Organizational Growth

    Shimar Mishra and Amit Kishor



    Dr. Anamika Pandey is presently working as an Associate Dean in School of Business, Galgotias University, Delhi-NCR, India. Her area of specialization is human resource development and organizational change and development. She has more than 16 years of academic and industry experiences. Her bachelors, masters and D.Phil. degrees are from the Central University of India. She has more than 30 research papers in high indexed journals in the area of organizational assessment and techniques, assessment of intangible assets and stress management. She has also authored two books in the area of HR. She is also on the editorial board of one ABDC journal. In addition to her academic experience, she has also conducted more than 30 management development programs for the armed forces, banking and manufacturing sector employees on soft and behavioral skills.

    Dr. Balamurugan Balusamy is currently working as an Associate Dean Student in Shiv Nadar University, Delhi-NCR. Prior to this assignment he was Professor, School of Computing Sciences & Engineering and Director International Relations at Galgotias University, Greater Noida, India. His contributions focus on engineering education, Blockchain and data sciences. His academic degrees and twelve years of experience working as a Faculty in a global University like VIT University, Vellore has made him more receptive and prominent in his domain. He has 200 plus high impact factor papers published with Springer, Elsevier and IEEE. He has contributed to more than 80 edited and authored books and collaborated with eminent professors across the world from top QS ranked universities. Dr. Balusamy has served up to the position of Associate Professor in his stint of 12 years of experience with VIT University, Vellore. He completed his Bachelors, Masters and Ph.D. degrees with top premier institutions in India. His passion is teaching and adapts different design thinking principles while delivering his lectures. He has published 80+ books on various technologies and visited 15 plus countries for his technical course. He has several top-notch conferences in his resume and has published over 200 of quality journal, conference and book chapters combined. He serves in the advisory committee for several startups and forums and does consultancy work for industry on Industrial IOT. He has given over 195 talks in various events and symposium.

    Dr. Naveen Chilamkurtiis is currently Acting Head of Department, Computer Science and Computer Engineering, La Trobe University, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from La Trobe University. He is also the Inaugural Editor-in-Chief for International Journal of Wireless Networks and Broadband Technologies launched in July 2011. He has published about 165 Journal and conference papers. His current research areas include intelligent transport systems (ITS), wireless multimedia, wireless sensor networks, and so on. He currently serves on the editorial boards of several international journals. He is a Senior Member of IEEE. He is also an Associate editor for Wiley IJCS, SCN, Inderscience JETWI, and IJIPT.