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Improving company performance is often about lowering the barriers to productivity, barriers which are often the direct effect of low employee engagement. That is why effective human capital management can transcend functional lines to create strong positive impacts on the performance of the organization.
At the May 2007 Global Benchmarking Council meeting, members, speakers, and invited guests gathered in Key Biscayne, Fla. to discuss "Human Capital Management: Facing the Challenges of the 21st Century Workforce." Topics of discussion ranged broadly across this landscape: from dealing with retiring baby boomers and engaging the new mix of generations in the workforce to transforming organizations through talent management.
Vice presidents, directors and managers of human resources, particularly in retention, redeployment or talent areas, and other process improvement professionals will benefit most from the case studies of six leading companies and the summarized transcripts from two facilitated roundtable discussions.
COMPANIES AND CASE STUDIES
Case studies include speaker biographies and company background before describing key challenges company leaders faced and how they overcame them, recent benchmarking research and results or the future of human capital management. Speaker anecdotes, quotes, select slides, insights and key take-aways all liven the case studies with personal touches and graphics.
This report was compiled from notes taken during speaker presentations and in-depth roundtable discussions at the May 2007 Global Benchmarking Council meeting, "Human Capital Management: Facing the Challenges of the 21st Century Workforce." For more information on the Global Benchmarking Council or to register for the upcoming meeting, visit http://www.best-in-class.com/gbc.
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