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Human Capital Reporting & Measures

Organisations rate themselves poorly when using HR data to predict workforce performance and improvement. According to a Deloitte survey, while 78 percent of companies rated HR and talent analytics as important, 45 percent rated themselves “not ready” when assessing their...
Innovation describes the process of changing or creating more effective processes, products or ideas which can increase the likelihood of the business succeeding. Agility is the capacity of the business to identify and capture opportunities more quickly than rivals...
According to Adam Sicinski passion is an energy source for living an inspired life that is driven by purposeful action. Passion is your vision for your life. Passion is born from trying new things and from broadening your horizons....
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...
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...
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,...
Organisational Culture: The values and behaviors that contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of an organisation. Organisational culture includes an organisation's expectations, experiences, philosophy, and values that hold it together, and is expressed in its self-image, inner workings,...
It happens regularly all over the world and in every company. The CEO addresses his collaborators: “You are the most important resource at this company”. He believes it, and he is right. His collaborators listen politely but are skeptical. They...
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...
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...
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