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Linking People Measures to Strategy

Based on a survey of 110 participants, this report explores how organizations are applying human capital measures in their individual businesses. The study examines in-depth the current barriers to the use of people measures and the methods companies are using to overcome these obstacles.

Topics Covered:

  • Top Lessons for Management
  • Exploring the Uses of People Measures
  • Establishing Connections to Strategy
  • Integrating Metrics into Business Operations
  • Making the Case for Metrics

Full Report Also Includes:

  • Key Findings.
  • Detailed descriptions of the human capital measurement systems in place at five companies.
  • Findings from interviews with 10 survey respondents regarding how they are using human capital measures in their individual businesses.

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