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Mobilizing Minds by Lowell L. Bryan and Claudia I. Joyce

Mobilizing Minds is a blend of practical global survey results, flashbacks to classical economic theories on managing interaction and transaction costs to increase human capital rents, and bridges between the two. Be prepared to be challenged.

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Best Practices for Headcount Reporting

This article explores why headcount reporting problems exist and will likely worsen, especially for multinational companies, unless improved workforce planning frameworks are implemented.

2008 Volume 11 Issue 4 - By and

Future Savvy by Adam Gordon

Gordon provides a practical set of points to consider when assessing forecasts and predictions.

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Where Do Older Workers Go?

This article shows how employment options for older workers continue to evolve and public opinions of older workers and their employment options vary substantially by country.

2008 Volume 11 Issue 3 - By and

The New Human Capital Strategy by Bradley W. Hall, PhD

Human capital management, as presented in the book, stresses the need to discover how people add business value, plan for the long term, sustain competitive advantages through people, and create practical roadmaps to measure and track improvement.

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What You Need to Know about Labor Shortages

Doing due diligence by assessing multiple labor market options is no longer just for the Fortune 500 companies.

2007 Volume 10 Issue 1 - By and

Obesity, Social Responsibility, and Economic Value

When the public became more aware of the impact of obesity and health concerns, people reacted with different purchasing choices.

2006 Volume 9 Issue 2 - By and

Connecting Enterprise Information and People in a Web World

Based on research and consulting with over a dozen firms, authors believe that firms who devote sustained energy to motivating user involvement in IT initiatives are much more likely to succeed.

2005 Volume 8 Issue 2 - By , and

Preparing for a Future Labor Shortage

Demographic trends predict a shortage of skilled workers as the baby boomers retire. What can you do to ensure that you maintain a productive enterprise?

2004 Volume 7 Issue 2 - By and

Facing Up to the Possibility of Deflation

Managers must prepare practical, relevant business plans and strategic initiatives to deal with falling prices in the U.S. economy if they occur.

2003 Volume 6 Issue 3 - By