Human Capital Analytics Publications
Riding the Reform Innovation Wave: Implications for Health Care Organizations and Their CHROs
March 2013 | Executive Action Report
As the health care sector undergoes enormous transformational change in all aspects of operations, chief human resources officers must embrace the change and communicate it to their workforce, as they make up more than half the sector's expenditures.
Going Public on HR Data Privacy: Implications for Human Capital Analytics and Strategic Workforce Planning
February 2013 | Executive Action Report
Many HR organizations are skittish about collecting certain types of employee data, especially when they plan to integrate it across national borders.
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
Today’s human capital professionals have yet to move from being reactive to proactive and predictive. This report identifies the metrics and best practices that can lead to rapid development and deployment of a sound human capital analytics function.
State of Human Capital 2012: False Summit
October 2012 | Research Report
This report is the result of a joint research effort by The Conference Board and McKinsey & Company to highlight the most significant challenges facing human capital executives.
CEO Challenge Reflections: Human Capital Practitioners Respond
September 2012 | Executive Action Report
This report compares the responses of human capital professionals to the human capital strategies cited by 370 CEOs that ranked human capital as one of their top three challenges in The Conference Board CEO Challenge 2012.
Board Asia Newsletter
September 2012 | Periodical
Quarter Three 2012
Board Asia Newsletter
July 2012 | Periodical
Quarter Two 2012
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.
China’s 12th Five-Year Plan – Implications for Human Capital
April 2012 | China Center Publications
China’s 12th Five Year Plan emphasizes the “human factor” in economic development more than any previous FYP. This China Center report distills out the plan’s implications for human capital practitioners and executives concerned about HC issues in China.
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.
Conference Board Human Capital in Review: Focus on Human Capital Analytics (Vol. 1, No. 1, 2011)
December 2011 | Human Capital in Review
The Human Capital in Review series is designed for the busy human capital executive who values filtered and thoughtfully summarized highlights of significant ideas, topics, research, and trends in human capital analytics.
Sleepless in Delhi: What Keeps Indian HR Executives Awake at Night?
June 2011 | Executive Action Report
India presents unique business challenges, challenges that a number of human resource executives in India were happy to discuss with The Conference Board.
Evidence-Based Human Resources
November 2009 | Key Findings
Do people equal profit, and if so, how can companies prove it? Evidence-based human resources (EBHR) provides practitioners with the means to answer these questions.
Evidence-Based Human Resources: A Practitioner's Guide
June 2009 | Research Report
This guide to Evidence-Based Human Resources provides practitioners with real live examples from early adopters of this innovative approach to human capital management.
Evidence-Based HR in Action
July 2008 | Research Report
This report provides in-depth case studies from four organizations that employ evidence-based approaches to their human capital management.
Strategic Human Capital Measures: Orientation, Accountability, and Communication
June 2008 | Research Report
This report illustrates how companies are employing human capital metrics and the potential impact of these new measurements.
Evidence-Based Human Resources: A Primer and Summary of Current Literature
December 2007 | Research Report
This literature review documents the evolution of the field of human resources and advances in techniques and technologies for measuring human capital dynamics.
Performance 2005: Productivity, Employment and Income in the World’s Economies
May 2005 | Research Report
This is the fifth year The Conference Board has reported estimates of productivity per hour worked for major industrial economies and productivity per employee for a large set of countries.
Measuring More Than Efficiency
January 2005 | Research Report
This survey based report provides both an overview of current HR metrics practices and a discussion of how these measures can be linked to strategic goals and initiatives.
Linking People Measures to Strategy
December 2003 | Research Report
This report, based on a survey of 110 participants, explores how organizations are applying human capital measures in their individual businesses.
Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Arrive: Are Capital Markets Addressing New Business and Investment Risk Factors?
July 2002 | Executive Action Report
Perhaps the only thing that is certain today in global capital markets is that traditional performance measures are not capturing important investment risk factors.
Value at Work: The Risks and Opportunities of Human Capital Measurement and Reporting
May 2002 | Research Report
This study focuses on why and how companies are measuring their HC, how they are creating and using HC measures; and why and how they elect or decline to report HC measures to the investment community.
Link Between Corporate Governance and Performance: Year 2000 Update
August 2000 | Research Report
This report updates an earlier (1998) survey on published evidence on the link between corporate governance and corporate performance.
Performance Measurement During Merger and Acquisition Integration
July 2000 | Research Report
This study demonstrates the contribution of performance measurement to the success of merger or acquisition integration.
Corporate Environmental Governance: Benchmarks Toward a World-Class System
May 2000 | Research Report
This study probes the planning, development, and implementation processes of environmental management systems within 45 leading organizations.
Determining Board Effectiveness
November 1999 | Research Report
Organized around key issues, this handbook draws on the experience of seasoned board directors and leading corporate governance experts to tackle the challenges boards face as they review their structural and decision-making processes.
Aligning Strategic Performance Measures and Results
October 1999 | Research Report
This research report offers key findings that demonstrate the capability of strategic performance measurement systems to improve business results.
Aligning Performance Measures and Incentives in European Companies
August 1999 | Research Report
This report provides survey data and case studies to demonstrate that European companies are increasingly aligning executive compensation incentives to performance measures.
Link Between Corporate Governance & Performance
May 1998 | Research Report
Does the way a company is governed affect its performance? Find out in this report.
Communicating Corporate Performance: A Delicate Balance
July 1997 | Research Report
This executive summary looks at how global companies communicate their strategic performance measures to investors.
Case Studies in Strategic Performance Measurement
February 1997 | Research Report
How do you measure strategic performance effectively? Here are real-world answers from corporations that have done it.