Human Capital Analytics — Now

Human capital powers activity in commercial business and in government. It is estimated that the cost of human capital can be nearly 70% of annual operating expenses. In spite of the importance of this capital (the people and the cost to support them), real financial analysis of the impact of variable outcomes is seldom conducted. The performance of an organization varies with the performance of its human capital. While this sounds obvious, performance data required to make this analysis—and determine the associated adjustment to increase performance—is frequently isolated in multiple spreadsheets or locked in enterprise systems.

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