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by Jack J. Phillips

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ISBN:
0814408532
Author:
Jack J. Phillips
Category:
Human Resources
Language:
English
Publisher:
AMACOM (June 3, 2005)
Pages:
304 pages
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1304 kb
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The number of documents produced containing the term increased from almost 700 in 1993 to over 8,000 in 2003.

Let others do it - Invest the minimum - Invest with the rest - Invest until it hurts - Invest as long as there is a payoff . Print version record.

Print version record. A thorough explanation of human investment options from which an executive can make a better decision. -Jac Fitz-enz, from the Foreword. Includes bibliographical references and index.

The people in a company reflect the investment not only of money, but also of the time dedicated to developing and executing projects and programs. This book presents five strategies for establishing appropriate levels of investment, monetary and otherwise, in workforce initiatives

Release Date: June 2005. The people in a company reflect the investment not only of money, but also of the time dedicated to developing and executing projects and programs.

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The people in a company reflect the investment not only of money, but also of the time dedicated to developing and executing projects and programs

The people in a company reflect the investment not only of money, but also of the time dedicated to developing and executing projects and programs.

strategies to avoid spending too little-or too much. Executive commitment and support.

Foreword by Jac Fitz-enz, author of The ROI of Human Capital

The importance of an organization's human capital -- its people -- cannot be overstated or overlooked, but like any other asset, it must be carefully managed and monitored. The people in a company reflect the investment not only of money, but also of the time dedicated to developing and executing projects and programs. Investing in Your Company's Human Capital presents five strategies for establishing appropriate levels of investment -- monetary and otherwise -- in workforce initiatives. The book addresses four overarching questions:

* How much should we invest in human capital, and is it possible to spend too much? * Why is it important to invest (and invest properly) in human capital? * What measures should be monitored? (the author identifies 24) * What are the roles of the CEO and other executives and senior team members?

A practical approach to an often mishandled asset, Investing in Your Company's Human Capital is a valuable tool for driving any enterprise's bottom line.

  • Vispel
Okay. Run of the mill blah blah.
  • Early Waffle
As an HR executive, I always enjoy reading Jack's books for the depth of content, and well-researched data and cases. This newest book, Investing in Your Company's Human Capital, is a model case study in HR business planning and measuring what matters. For those HR professionals that struggle getting a seat at the table and justifying expenditures, this book is a must read! It is possible to align HR to your corporate and business goals. Jack shows you a simple approach to show HR yield by using the ROI principles and by following the rule that less is more.