Human Capital Publications

Diversity & Inclusion

  1. The Evolution of D&I Management: Current Trends in an Era of Globalization Cover The Evolution of D&I Management: Current Trends in an Era of Globalization

    February 2015 | Research Report

    Implementing behavioral interventions to address unconscious bias and using analytics to measure D&I progress are two practices uncovered in our interviews with over 30 D&I thought leaders.

  2. Diversity on Corporate Boards: How Much Difference Does “Difference” Make? Cover Diversity on Corporate Boards: How Much Difference Does “Difference” Make?

    January 2015 | Director Notes

    This report evaluates the case for diversity on corporate boards of directors in light of competing research findings and suggests strategies to promote more inclusive boards.

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Employee Engagement

  1. The DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Create and Sustain Highly Engaging Cultures (Strategic Overview) Cover The DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Create and Sustain Highly Engaging Cultures (Strategic Overview)

    February 2015 | Key Business Issues

    Highly engaged workforces can mean the difference between surviving and winning. Engagement boosts business performance, agility, and retention of talent. But exactly how do organizations achieve higher levels of engagement?

  2. Framing Social Impact  Measurement: CHRO Implications Cover Framing Social Impact Measurement: CHRO Implications

    January 2015 | Key Business Issues

    For human resources professionals, impact often comes in the form of social outcomes, talent development, and business value. Measuring these effectively could mean more successful employee engagement.

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Human Capital Analytics

  1. Human Capital Analytics @ Work,
Volume I Cover Human Capital Analytics @ Work, Volume I

    October 2014 | Research Report

    Six high-profile companies describe how they use human capital analytics at their organizations and offer advice on how you can best implement it at yours.

  2. The Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Human Capital Analytics (Vol. 4, No. 2, 2014) Cover The Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Human Capital Analytics (Vol. 4, No. 2, 2014)

    September 2014 | Human Capital in Review

    This publication is designed for busy human capital executives who value selected, thoughtfully summarized article reviews of what is happening in the area of human capital analytics.

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Labor Markets

  1. Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps: Implications for the CHRO Cover Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps: Implications for the CHRO

    February 2015 | Key Business Issues

    With talent shortages looming, companies may rely too much and too quickly on their default strategies without asking the right questions or fully examining available options. This report provides case studies and sample questions for CHROs.

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Leadership Development

  1. Rethinking Today’s Succession Strategies to Address
Tomorrow’s Business Reality: 
Insights from the 2014 Succession Management Conference Cover Rethinking Today’s Succession Strategies to Address Tomorrow’s Business Reality: Insights from the 2014 Succession Management Conference

    February 2015 | Conference KeyNotes

    To successfully address future business challenges, organizations need to be strategic about how they plan for future leadership. This includes identifying high performers early and preparing leaders through experiential learning.

  2. The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2015: Creating Opportunity out of Adversity—Building Innovative, People-Driven Organizations (CHRO) Cover The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2015: Creating Opportunity out of Adversity—Building Innovative, People-Driven Organizations (CHRO)

    January 2015 | Key Business Issues

    CEOs cite high-quality talent as their most critical business challenge, and they expect human capital practitioners to devise effective “grow-your-own” strategies to engage and develop their future workforces.

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Strategic HR

  1. Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps: Implications for the CHRO Cover Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps: Implications for the CHRO

    February 2015 | Key Business Issues

    With talent shortages looming, companies may rely too much and too quickly on their default strategies without asking the right questions or fully examining available options. This report provides case studies and sample questions for CHROs.

  2. Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps Cover Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps

    February 2015 | Key Business Issues

    As talent shortages become all too real for HR practitioners, unique and creative solutions are going to be required to bridge the resulting gaps—and most likely not the ones routinely used. This report explains how to determine those solutions.

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Strategic Workforce Planning

  1. Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps: Implications for the CHRO Cover Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps: Implications for the CHRO

    February 2015 | Key Business Issues

    With talent shortages looming, companies may rely too much and too quickly on their default strategies without asking the right questions or fully examining available options. This report provides case studies and sample questions for CHROs.

  2. Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps Cover Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps

    February 2015 | Key Business Issues

    As talent shortages become all too real for HR practitioners, unique and creative solutions are going to be required to bridge the resulting gaps—and most likely not the ones routinely used. This report explains how to determine those solutions.

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Talent Management

  1. Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps: Implications for the CHRO Cover Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps: Implications for the CHRO

    February 2015 | Key Business Issues

    With talent shortages looming, companies may rely too much and too quickly on their default strategies without asking the right questions or fully examining available options. This report provides case studies and sample questions for CHROs.

  2. Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps Cover Buy, Build, Borrow, or None of the Above? New Options for Closing Global Talent Gaps

    February 2015 | Key Business Issues

    As talent shortages become all too real for HR practitioners, unique and creative solutions are going to be required to bridge the resulting gaps—and most likely not the ones routinely used. This report explains how to determine those solutions.

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The Conference Board Review

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