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Augmented Intelligence: human and artificial intelligence in a double pack

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Whatever you think about generative AI and tools like ChatGPT, one thing is certain: AI can pave the way for a new era of innovation work. We are convinced of this, not least because of our experience at INNO-VERSE, where our CoCreator, an AI-based assistant for idea generation, has recently been in use.

As the name suggests, CoCreator is about a partnership between humans and AI, with the aim of producing innovative ideas and visionary concepts: a perfect interplay of human and algorithmic intelligence. Not only can ideas be generated at lightning speed, but at the same time your own thinking and innovative power can be stimulated and expanded: augmented intelligence.

The feedback we are constantly receiving, such as this one, shows that not only are we fascinated by the new possibilities, but that we can obviously also inspire our users with them:

...well I tried an idea earlier. And I'm really excited! [...] A super helpful tool that should make your work easier!

With the CoCreator, many useful ideas and solutions have already been created in the various topic hubs. Today we would like to introduce you to an example on the topic of CLIMATE-NEUTRAL COMPANIES from our Inno Hub for People & Culture. Maybe concrete measures for your company can be derived from this? We would be happy about that, because we all have to make a contribution to reducing CO₂ if we want to achieve our climate goals.

And this is the idea that was created with human and artificial intelligence in a double pack:

Man sits at the computer and fills out a questionnaire.

Mobility questionnaire for employees

In order to systematically analyze the mobility behavior of employees, companies can develop a mobility questionnaire. This questionnaire (via email or question tool) should contain information on the various aspects of employees' operational mobility in order to be able to derive measures from it. Questions like these can be helpful and should also be able to be answered ANONYMOUSLY, although asking where you live makes sense (e.g. for later coordination of carpooling):

  • Where do you live?

  • How do you usually get to work?

  • Which means of transport do you prefer and for what reasons?

  • Do you take advantage of home office options or flexible working hours? If yes: to what extent (approx. once a month, 1-2 times a week, more often).

  • Do you already use carpooling? Or have you founded one yourself?

  • What incentives would motivate you to switch to more climate-friendly means of transport?

Evaluating the collected data enables companies to obtain a comprehensive overview of operational mobility. Based on this information, TARGETED and INDIVIDUAL measures can then be taken to improve the climate compatibility of mobility, such as:

► the establishment of carpooling and associated networking opportunities with people who live nearby;

► flexible working time models, without rigid home office days regulations;

► individual incentive systems, e.g. B. Bicycle as a reward or payment for the climate ticket etc. (instead of or as part of bonuses);

Do you know the mobility behavior of your employees? How did you raise it? What measures and incentive systems did you derive from this? We would be pleased to receive a feedback.

Greetings from INNO-VERSE

The in-manas team

Link to Hub for People & Culture

PS : In the INNO-VERSE in the Inno Hub for People & Culture, new ideas and approaches are constantly emerging, both in collaboration with users in the spirit of open innovation and with the help of our CoCreator. If you would like to work on innovative business solutions yourself, simply register.

PPS: And yes: In addition to the Inno Hub for People & Culture, we also have many other topic hubs - from the nutrition hub to the energy hub. And here, too, we are already working hard on specific solutions using AI.


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