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This report describes the process and outcomes of a research study on the state of human capital measurement in the UK.   Download: Human Capital Measurement - Institute for Employment Studies           It pays particular emphasis on the effectiveness of participants in devising human capital measures for their organisations, and contains...
  Connecting employers, further education and training providers This white paper captures the conference insights, ideas and perspectives on directions and opportunities to deliver employer-led training that can boost skills and performance. Download Skills First Report  The New Vision of Education  
Agile companies rethink and redesign their structures, governance mechanisms, and processes to strike a balance between speed and stability Research suggests that small changes in management can have an enormous impact on productivity and performance, equivalent to 25% increase in...
  According to David Hassell of 15Five, companies work towards measurable goals, but goals are meaningless without knowing why you’re aiming for them, and as it is often the case,  we tend to forget to examine why certain objectives were...
The Commission on the Future of Management and Leadership created with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) to pursue that inquiry, bringing together members of both Houses of Parliament, across the main parties, with leaders from a wide range of...
This Cass Business School research explores key findings from case studies: Context: The interpretation of intellectual capital reports requires an understanding of the contexts in which the reporting organisation operates. Value creation: Explicitly managing brand value focuses the attention...
Human capital is not a one-dimensional concept and can mean different things to different stakeholders. In the business world, human capital is the economic value of an employee’s set of skills. To a policymaker, human capital is the capacity of the...
Investment in human capital contributes to economic and business growth for the benefit of employees, employers and the wider economy. This is now widely understood, but measuring the impact of that investment and reporting on it effectively is challenging. Making direct...
Human capital is possibly the most vital, yet overlooked, means of establishing competitive advantage for companies today, and the need for better ways to encourage innovation. Our means of measuring the management of talent and, more importantly, empirically demonstrating its...
Professor Chris Higson explores the opportunities and challenges accountants face when attempting to measure and value human capital. He argues for the development of a business scorecard to help understand human capital in different settings; and explores the difficulty of...
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