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Human Capital Reporting & Measures

In today’s knowledge economy, around 80% of an organisation’s value lies in its intangible assets; its human, intellectual and social capital. The value of an organisation’s intangible assets has increased prominently in recent years. At the same time a...
According to Paul Kearns chair of the Maturity Institute, in an HR magazine article, ‘What is the point of human capital reporting?’, states that the need for a method by which companies can report on their human capital has...
According to CIPD, human capital is the term for the collective capability, knowledge and skills of the people that are employed by an organisation. In an increasingly complex knowledge-based economy, the measurement of human capital provides a data-driven approach...
An organisation’s people are its unique resource. People can learn, develop and grow – they are the only part of a business that can improve itself and they are fundamental to creating value in organisations. People measures, and human capital...
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...
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...
Human capital management is vital for organisations that want to fulfil their strategies and create value. They see the importance of understanding how they create value through their people, and of reporting on this value creation process to investors...
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...
The Moral DNA of Performance Anyone who takes the time to reflect on human behaviour will observe the impact, both actual and perceived, of different styles of leadership and management on organisational performance. Organisations are very simply collections of people,...
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...
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