Businesses and their human resource organizations feel pressure to maximize the value of their human capital in today’s intensely competitive world. Many have made or considered investments in new applications that better exploit information to efficiently recruit, engage and retain the best talent. Advanced applications not only advance these processes but also help management assess the performance of the workforce and compensate individuals fairly so that they advance their careers and find the level of employee satisfaction in the organization. A year ago I outlined the priorities in human capital management (HCM). During the past year our research found a significant number of companies lacking a unified HCM strategy that includes processes and the applications to support it. As others advance, HR organizations that are not equipped with such skills, resources and tools risk falling behind in human capital management as it contributes to business success.
Topics: Business Analytics, Business Collaboration, Business Performance, Cloud Computing, Customer Performance, Financial Performance, Financial Performance Management (FPM), Governance, Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC), HCM, HR, HRMS, Workforce Management, Learning Mana, Human Capital, Information Management, Mobile Technology, Predictive Analytics, Uncategorized, Wearable Computing, Big Data