Accounting for People 2.0: The Business Case for Human Capital Reporting
Thursday 21st October 2010, the Soho Hotel, London, a successor to the 2003 Task Force on Human Capital Management was launched.
In conjunction with People Resolutions and Human Potential Accounting, HPA invites you to hear from high profile business leaders about their experiences of making critical, business-focused decisions during their particular stage of organisational development.
HPA hosts a human capital breakfast briefing on Wed 10th February near Tower Hill, London, with two morning sessions to choose from (8:45am and 11.00am start). Dr Michael Reddy will be facilitating two-way exchange around key themes throughout the morning, with three workstreams to choose from:
HubCap is the home of The Human Capital Handbook 2011
Put together and sponsored by HubCap’s headline sponsor, Human Potential Accounting, the Human Capital Handbook series of free multi-authored ebooks contain original content drawn from those world-renowned as well as up and coming experts in investment, regulation, academia, and business at the centre of today's Human Capital Management (HCM) landscape.
Featuring such thinkers as Dave Ulrich, Eric Flamholtz, Philip Whitely, Chris Hodge, Howard Marks, Ted Cantle, and Raj Thamotheram, HPA use the HubCap platform to freely disseminate the Handbooks with a dedicated discussion group available for authors and audience to debate the major themes.
Here’s a short and sweet summary of who we are and what we do.
Dr Michael Reddy
Best known as the Founder and former Executive Chairman of ICAS, which he ran for 20 years and brought to international status with 17 offices overseas, Michael is a Chartered Clinical and Occupational Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Fellow of the RSA.
Joseph is responsible for building the HubCap digital library, creating our business network, careers portal and publication technologies, including the creation of our HubCap Document Viewer. He also works to develop the integration of HubCap with People Resolutions and Human Potential Accounting. His hero is Arthur Stanley Eddington.
Psychology graduate, journalist, professional photographer, Godin-disciple, Natalia runs the marketing and communications across the group of companies.
Librarian and Editor
Anna Lloyd, BA, MSc, DPhil, previously worked in library systems, has a doctorate in Informatics from Sussex University and a degree in Psychology. She works with Stuart Shaw on developing the HubCap digital library and ensuring the business intelligence community get the most out of our resources.
Sponsored by HC consultancy, Human Potential Accounting and sister company, HR consultancy People Resolutions, HubCap launched Sept 09 as an international non-profit publishing platform for anyone – like us – interested in human capital.
Combining a digital library with the best of social networks, it's now a growing community of professionals, academics, journalists and politicians who share an active commitment to changing the way organisations think – and talk – about people.
Especially now, we feel this is both needed and long overdue.
We are strictly non-competitive. Organisations that might consider themselves competitors are invited to use it to promote their preferred solutions.
This is the only way forward.
Home and host to the Accounting for People 2.0 movement and publisher of the Human Capital Handbook 2011, HubCap is free to join.