Employees leaving an organization can influence financial performance, and some of the reasons may not be obvious.
The growing fear of risk can lead to human-capital mistakes, but you can take a systematic approach to managing human-capital risk.
To develop future leaders, the best approach may be to toss them away and catch them when they return.
Should human-capital standards look and feel more like generally accepted accounting principles, or FASB’s financial-reporting standards?
Formulae that describe how your organization generates value offer a powerful platform for identifying your difference-making talent.
HR readily admits that it falls short of playing a leadership role in leveraging key emerging trends. That may not bode well for your organization.
Companies could borrow a page from &doublequot;evidence-based medicine&doublequot; to stop engaging in practices that scientific research shows don't work.
Big data promises to revolutionize human-capital management, but it's the stories behind the data that will endure. We just have to find them.
CFOs shouldn't discount the effectiveness of programs aimed at fostering worker wellness just because the advantages aren't noticeable at the surface level, an HR professor argues.
CFOs want HR leaders to be executive-quality business strategists but don’t measure them in that context, maybe because they fail to position themselves that way.