The Faethm platform shows how technological disruption will create value and affect your organisation, by applying world-leading R&D and our proprietary analytics to your own commercial and workforce data. The platform's modelling, scenario and decision support tools help leaders drive significant commercial and human value, immediately and over time.
Informed technology deployment and strategic workforce transformation
Better policy for industry, employment, education, foreign affairs and social services
Increased ROI from intelligent selection of technology and investment opportunities
Insightful career decisions by understanding the skills for the future of work
Faethm defines how emerging technologies (Process AI, Social AI, Fixed Robotics, Mobile Robotics, Advanced Materials) will impact work over time, informed by expert panels, crowd-forecasting and applied data science. Faethm identifies technology driven opportunities and risks in your organisation.
Faethm defines work mapped to the Standard Classification of Occupations and O*NET, and benchmarks 1000’s of organisations, analysing roles and skills to predict the likelihood and impact of automation over time.
Faethm clusters similar roles across your organisation, identifying skill gaps between high and low risk roles and analysing transition options. Faethm presents job corridors for employees to move through to future proof their skill sets, thereby reducing the human costs of automation and increasing productivity.
The Faethm platform works. It neatly fills the space of great uncertainty between working with our client to set a future direction and later organisational design and capability development priorities. It allows us to drive an HR cycle and set a workforce plan that is based on the scientific assessment of the impact specific technologies will have on occupations, job roles and skills. This allows us to plan our response for an individual and for related job roles (what we call job clusters of the future and Faethm’s identifies as a Job Neighbourhood) in both horizontal and vertical pathways.
More importantly, it fits our need for a pro-active, evidence-based response to the future. Faethm extends upon globally-recognised work by leaders like Oxford University and the Future of Humanity Institute, to add sophisticated proprietary analytical models to deliver a product, not a report, for individual companies, regions, industries and governments.
It is a winning solution allowing us to help our clients plan with a higher level of precision and measure progress against reliable data points.
Chairperson, The Institute for Working Futures
Adjunct Professor, Centre for regional & Rural Futures, Deakin University
Visiting Professor, Macquarie University, Faculty of Business and Economics
Faethm offers a way of tangibly estimating the impact of technology on our specific business. The fact that we can actually put a financial stake in the ground on the magnitude of change that is possible using our real information makes it compelling.
Faethm’s outputs allow us to better inform our strategic direction with respect to technology and is one of the tools to use to identify where in our organisation to focus and what to prioritise.
There is no doubt the nature of work is going to change (just as it has historically) but at an accelerated rate. Faethm is one of the data sources we are using to help us think about how, where and when it is likely to impact our business on a number of levels – our company, our industry and the broader Australian market.
GM, Business Improvement
I work with the Faethm team to help pre-digital organisations transform their strategy, products, processes and workforces and to become global players in the new, hyper-competitive digital economy that is rapidly subsuming all the existing markets. We use the platform to help identify what parts of the business can be automated and in what time frame, and what that opens up in terms of new products, markets and processes. We also use Faethm to help us with workforce planning and retraining, something that too many companies have not yet got a good handle on.
Stone & Chalk's first Expert in Residence
Former CEO Australian Digital Transformation Office
While there have been an ample number of reports telling us that automation looms large and that it will massively impact on job markets, we've had little by way of concrete, tailored data to talk about what it might do in the Australian context. If industry and government are to shape up an effective response to this issue, then it will need quality insights to help guide the development of such a response. Any work to help realise this should be encouraged.
Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy and Future of Work
The rise of machines has long been feared with automation taking over jobs in so many industries.
7 News, Sydney
Five business trends of the robot revolution.
September 27, 2017
Carolyn Colley, COO Faethm, talks to Sky News about the genesis of Faethm and the importance of the platform on the future of work. Tuesday 22 August 2017
Watch Chris Bowen, the Australian Federal Shadow Treasurer, cite data and insights from Faethm (previously Tandem) in a landmark speech on innovation and technology, Friday 5th May, 2017.