Valuating human capital

Valuing People: How Human Capital Can Be Your Strongest Asset  May 5, 2012 – 04:53 pm
Valuing People
Valuing People: How Human Capital Can Be Your Strongest Asset
Lisa M. Aldisert (Auteur)
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Measure and enhance the value of the intangibles. In order to be competitive in the global marketplace, corporate mission statements such as "people are our greatest asset" must be more than slogans. Absent from the balance sheets of companies worldwide, intangible assets-people, customers, reputation, intellectual capital, ideas, and time-are the essence of value for all knowledge-based companies. Valuing People: How Human Capital Can Be Your Strongest Asset provides provocative insight of how accentuating the value of people ultimately increases a company’s net worth. Business consultant, professional speaker, and author Lisa M. Aldisert presents strategies and practical suggestions for increasing the value of these intangible assets and articulates how valuing human and intellectual capital can offer financial benefits as well as a productive mindset. Valuing People is especially useful for entrepreneurs, CEOs, CFOs, executives, managers, and human resource professionals who are looking for ways to increase performance and measure the value of human capital.Valuing People provides insight into: • Finding new ways of accounting for intangible assets, specifically human capital • Enhancing a firm’s ability to attract, retain, and motivate its best and brightest • Increasing a public company’s stock price, or the value of an IPO, by reflecting the value of the company’s intangible assets on the balance sheet • Establishing valuation for a merger, acquisition, sale, divestiture, or transfer of ownership Throughout the book, Aldisert explains how to measure previously immeasurable human capital assets. Each chapter of Valuing People centers on a key trend that impacts the value of human capital. Examples and anecdotes are drawn from interviews with professionals from a variety of industries who are practicing innovation and leadership, as well as from examples of business success stories.

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