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Dave Ulrich Discusses Human Capability and Company Performance

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Knowing where and how to invest in human capability (talent + leadership + organization + human resources) is both material in Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosures and can be a sustainable and competitive differentiator.

This webcast presents a unifying framework for human capability to disclose, monitor, and deliver value. The human capability framework draws on decades of theory, practice, and research including the Organization Guidance System (OGS), to identify talent + leadership + organization + HR initiatives that deliver stakeholder value.

This framework has been tested and validated using the latest machine learning/AI technologies in partnership with Amazon Web Services with data from the SEC disclosures of 7000+ companies. This research shows that companies that invest in and disclose human capability have dramatically higher financial performance, employee productivity, and social citizenship.

The implications of this latest theory and research will enable investors, boards, business executives, and CHROs to have actionable insights that improve their investments in, and disclosures about, human capability.

Attendees will learn:

Why human capability matters in today’s changing business world (presented by one of the world’s leading business strategists)
A foundational framework for human capability that integrates decades of research on talent + leadership + organization + human resources (presented by a leading thinker and author of over thirty books on human capability)
Understand the emerging use of machine learning/AI technologies as a methodology for assessing human capability and its impact on business results (presented by the thought leader in machine learning applications)
The implications of this framework and research for any organization seeking to upgrade choices, disclosures, and actions about their human capability


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