The New Human Capital Strategy: Improving the Value of Your Most Important Investment--year After Year - Bradley W. Hall Ph.d. - Books - AMACOM - 9780814420034 - January 9, 2008
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The New Human Capital Strategy: Improving the Value of Your Most Important Investment--year After Year

Bradley W. Hall Ph.d.

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The New Human Capital Strategy: Improving the Value of Your Most Important Investment--year After Year

It is often said that the only true source of sustained competitive advantage is people. But what does that mean and how can this be measured and managed? How many organizations know whether their human capital outperforms their competitors', or even whether it improves year-over-year? And what is the strategy for continually improving that performance? The New Human Capital Strategy is a roadmap for delivering measurable business results by systematically improving the performance of those in roles most important to customers and shareholders. Proposing a radical shift in the way organizations measure and manage their people, the book asserts that competitive advantage is a function of four areas of strength: ? effective executive teams ? leaders who deliver results ? outperforming competitors in key positions ? workforce performance Using examples, research, and metrics, this essential guide provides readers with a system for ensuring that their people are more valuable this year than the last.

Media Books     Paperback Book   (Book with soft cover and glued back)
Released January 9, 2008
ISBN13 9780814420034
Publishers AMACOM
Pages 256
Dimensions 152 × 229 × 14 mm   ·   367 g
Language English