Human Capital Analytics Publications
Working with Analytics at the C-Level: Insights from The 2013 Human Capital Analytics Conference
July 2014 | Conference KeyNotes
No significant change can take place without the support of top executives, including human capital analytics.
Leveraging the Impact of Coaching on Business-Driven Talent Management Practices: Insights from The 2014 Executive Coaching Conference
May 2014 | Conference KeyNotes
Executive coaching is due for an upgrade—from a focus on metrics to a focus on interpersonal communication and the resulting employee engagement.
Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2014: Latin America Edition
April 2014 | Research Report
This report provides an analysis of survey results from the Latin America region, providing a unique vision that top executives share in these emerging markets.
Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2014: ASEAN Edition
April 2014 | Research Report
CEOs in ASEAN are seeking strong business leadership that is able to drive change and not afraid to boldly innovate (and even fail) in a performance-focused environment.
CEO Challenges in the Gulf Region
April 2014 | CEO Challenge®
CEOs in the Gulf region reported a significantly different set of priorities than did CEOs globally, with strategies that reflect the particular business challenges of a resource-rich, energy-dependent region.
Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Focus on Human Capital Analytics (Vol. 4, No. 1, 2014)
January 2014 | Human Capital in Review
In order to respond to workforce changes, HR professionals must not only embrace the use of data but take the lead in embedding a workforce analytics approach in their organization.
Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2014: People and Performance
January 2014 | CEO Challenge®
While CEOs see talent as the critical link in meeting their top business challenges, the 2014 CEO Challenge survey results show a heightened focus on customers and reputation and less concern about regulation and external risk.
July 2013 | The Conference Board Review
To get results, organizations should consider not measuring people by them.
Conference Board Human Capital in Review:™ Focus on Human Capital Analytics (Vol. 3 No. 1, 2013)
June 2013 | Human Capital in Review
This publication explores hot topics within human capital analytics research. This issue includes articles on: creating data environments, new technology, and new ways of collecting and organizing data.
2012 Human Capital Analytics Conference KeyNotes Report
January 2013 | Conference KeyNotes
These Conference KeyNotes summarize the discussions held by the approximately 114 executives who attended The 2012 Human Capital Analytics Conference in New York in November 2012.
Human Capital Analytics: A Primer
November 2012 | Research Report
Human capital professionals have yet to move from being reactive to proactive and predictive. We identify the best practices that lead to rapidly developing a sound human capital analytics function
Conference Board Human Capital in Review:™ Focus on Human Capital Analytics (Vol. 2 No. 1, 2012)
May 2012 | Human Capital in Review
This issue looks at capabilities required for a successful analytics practice at the organization level as well as the specific skills and competencies required at the individual level.
2011 Human Capital Metrics Conference KeyNotes Report
February 2012 | Conference KeyNotes
Using statistical, predictive analysis of its human capital is key to helping it create business strategy and make investment decisions.
Measuring the Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility
April 2011 | Director Notes
This report discusses a model for measuring the efficient and effective use of corporate resources allocated to CSR activities.
A Global Barometer for Measuring Employee Engagement
December 2009 | Research Report
This report shows that a robust measure of employee engagement can be constructed with just eight basic questions—termed The Conference Board Employee Engagement Barometer.™
Implementing Strategic Workforce Planning
June 2009 | Research Report
This report highlights the implementation process for Strategic Workforce Planning---from simply connecting business strategy and HR strategy to becoming an input to business strategy that informs executive decision making.
Measuring Changes in Competitiveness in Chinese Manufacturing Industries Across Regions in 1995 – 2004: An Unit Labor Cost Approach
July 2008 | Economics Program Working Paper Series
by Vivian W. Chen, Harry X. Wu, Bart van Ark, June 2008. - EPWP #08 – 03
Strategic Human Capital Measures: Orientation, Accountability, and Communication
June 2008 | Research Report
Human capital measurement can be a vital, strategic tool for companies that use it as more than a mere scorecard and share HCM reports with all managers.
Security Metrics as a Management Tool
April 2008 | Executive Action Report
Traditionally viewed as a cost, security is not merely risk avoidance. It lets companies measure and manage risk and adds value by, e.g., enabling firms to operate in new markets.
Performance 2008: Productivity, Employment, and Growth in the World's Economies
March 2008 | Research Report
Productivity growth in the BRIC countries was four times that of the United States, Europe, and Japan in 2008, but productivity levels in established economies remain much higher—for now.
Measure of Success: Evaluating Corporate Citizenship Performance
August 2005 | Research Report
This report presents a discussion of the evolution of corporate citizenship and how the political debates surrounding the topic have influenced measurement practice.
International Comparisons of R&D Expenditure: Does an R&D PPP make a difference?
June 2003 | Economics Program Working Paper Series
by Sean M. Dougherty, Robert Inklaar, Robert H. McGuckin, and Bart Van Ark, July 2003. - EPWP #03 - 03
Measuring Corporate Community Involvement: A Research Report
January 1997 | Research Report
Managers of contributions and community relations programs face pressures to prove how they add value to the business, and this pressure has caused some to explore new performance measurements.