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.
HubCap’s digital library includes articles from:
- International bodies: European Accounting Association, Personnel Today, Center for Effective Organizations
- Journals: Journal of Finance and Accountancy, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, Critical Perspectives on Accounting
- Academics worldwide: Robin Roslender (Heriot‐Watt, UK), Suresh Cuganesan (Swinburne, Australia), Ulf Johanson (Mälardalen, Sweden) – even Nobel Prize winners like Professor Elinor Ostrom (Arizona State)
- Frontline business leaders: Alison Gill on human capital due diligence, Tim Hoad on reporting intellectual capital to augment innovation, Vineet Nayar on deconstructing the role of the CEO
- It is also home of digital scholarship publication, the Human Capital Handbook 2011
If you want to know what people are saying about people, it’s here, and free.
The goal though is not just to aggregate the latest thinking.
It’s not just to use the document viewer – one of only a handful of companies – think Google, NYT, Scribd – to develop this tech – to lens and socialise the ideas within.
It’s to use the library’s wrap-around networking functionality to connect authors to readers, accelerate the ideas exchange between academia and business, East to West, from concept into practical reality.
Especially now, we need edgeless thinking and actionable intelligence.
Why not make it your home? Two minutes to sign on, two more to begin uploading and sharing your ideas.
We now have our own document viewer, like Scribd and Google, except ours means business, and unlike Scribd and Google, we're happy to develop it in any way that makes your life easier.
Whether you're a Theorist or Reflector, Activist or Pragmatist, just let us know - it may make all the difference.
It's amazing the nuggets of gold that come out when people talk about their personal views and passions. You now have a document viewer as the central lens on all your library documents and you already have a fledgling business network to connect with your peers worldwide. Next up?