HubCap forums discuss what’s next for people in the workplace: how they can be better managed, measured, reported and valued.
They bridge disparate voices such as getting HR talking to Finance, take the latest ideas in the lecture room and bring them into the boardroom, draw attention to and assess global points of view.
Hopefully they inspire new areas of research, new books, new approaches, new policies.
With luck, they will help the next generation change the way we think, value, manage - and talk - about people.
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In March 2010, we opened up our forum. For discussing what’s next for people in the workplace - how they can be better measured, managed and reported - our forum perfectly complements the aims and ambitions of our digital library, providing HR, finance, psychology, the media and others with a sounding board for new ideas.
There is a data revolution going on. Not just over customer data, but Human Capital Management insights into the creative ability of employees to compete.
The knowledge economy businesses - Starbucks, Google, even NASA - embracing HCM are winning. But HCM maturity is now also creating a picture of business potential of vital and growing interest to the financial community (Moody's, AXA) as well as business leaders.
Home of the Human Capital Handbook series, HubCap is a free non-profit network and library bringing together the latest global HCM ideas by experts in business, academia, investment and regulation.