Launch of my Book – “Making People Count: How to Measure the ROI on Human Capital”

By | Editor

I am thrilled to announce about the launch of my Book – “Making People Count: How to Measure the ROI on Human Capital” by Ramesh Ranjan on the 7th December in association with NHRD Bangalore Chapter and hosted by the IFIM College at Bangalore. The Book was virtually launched by HR Guru Dave Ulrich online and released by Dr TV Rao, Father of Indian HR, Sanjay Padode, Chairman, Vijay Bhoomi University & IFIM Institutions, Anish Philip, President of NHRD Bangalore Chapter and Srikanth K Arimanithaya , Global Talent & Enablement Services Leader, EY Global Delivery Services.

“Making People Count: How to Measure the ROI on Human Capital” by Ramesh Ranjan is a practitioner’s guide on People Analytics, providing invaluable insights into the dynamic world of HR metrics and analytics.

Here is the virtual launch and the Key Message from HR Guru, Dave Ulrich on the book – Making People Count: How to measure the ROI on Human Capital.

Privileged to recieve the book from HR Guru and Father of Indian HR Dr TV Rao.

Here are some highlights that make this book a must-read:

Foreword by HR Guru – Dave Ulrich: Gain wisdom and perspective from one of the most influential figures in HR, setting the tone for a transformative journey.

350+ HR Metrics Across the Employee Life Cycle: From recruitment to retention, explore a comprehensive array of metrics that empower HR professionals at every stage.

Business Impact HR Metrics: Understand the direct impact of HR initiatives on business outcomes, aligning human capital strategies with organizational success.

20+ Business Challenges and Corresponding HR Metrics: Tackle real-world challenges with precision using proven HR metrics tailored to address specific business issues.

HR Analytics Tools: Navigate the world of HR analytics with confidence using state-of-the-art tools designed to enhance decision-making.

HR Analytics through Storytelling: Learn the art of weaving compelling narratives with data, making analytics accessible and compelling for stakeholders.

Targeted Personalized HR: Explore strategies to personalize HR practices, ensuring a more tailored and effective approach to individual employee needs.

Correlation of HR Variables: Uncover the relationships between different HR variables, unlocking deeper insights into workforce dynamics.

Predictive Analytics: Leverage predictive analytics to anticipate future trends, enabling proactive decision-making in HR.

AI & ChatGPT in HR Analytics: Dive into the integration of artificial intelligence and ChatGPT in HR analytics, exploring the cutting edge of technology in the field.

Sample Algorithm Code: Demystify complex algorithms with easy-to-understand sample code, making analytics more accessible for practitioners.

Data Privacy & Ethics: Navigate the ethical considerations surrounding data privacy in HR analytics, ensuring responsible and compliant practices.

Practical Examples: Apply theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios through practical examples, bridging the gap between theory and application.

This comprehensive guide is a game-changer for HR professionals, offering a roadmap to navigate the evolving landscape of People Analytics. Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner or a newcomer to the field, “Making People Count” is your go-to resource for mastering the art and science of measuring the ROI on human capital.

Know more about the book at https://www.makingpeoplecount.com/.

My sincere thanks to Dave Ulrich TV Rao Sanjay Padode Anish Philip Sreekanth K Arimanithaya for having encouraged me and launched the book and making it a memorable occassion for me in my life journey.

Thanks to Marshall Goldsmith , Nathan SV Sushanth Tharappan for their valuable review of the book and encouragement.

Thanks to NHRD Bangalore Chapter and IFIM College for having organised and hosted this program.

Thanks to our publishers Arpit Jain at The Write Order Publication for having published the book.

The book is now available on Amazon and Kindle worldwide.

Republished with permission and originally published at ‘s LinkedIn

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