Integrated Human Capital Management: Over-hyped or Overdue?

“Our most important asset.” This time-honored litany has now become the topic of hot debate in the corporate boardroom as well as the headlines of most business publications. As organizations look internally to achieve sustainable competitive advantage, human capital management (HCM) has taken on heightened strategic importance. But do you have what it takes? How are best-in-class organizations really leveraging HCM?

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Human Capital Alignment: An Effective Tool for HR Value Proposition

Strategic people management activities can help maximize your organization's human capital alignment efforts.

Organizations with sophisticated requirements for strategic processes such as performance management and training management can usually find more robust functionality from a specialized human resources (HR) vendor. Read More

Get an Extra Man-month of Productivity per Employee, Every Year with Adrenalin

Taken together, improvements in automated processes, efficiencies in communication, and alignment of resources, technology, and goals can convert human resources (HR) into a strategic business driver.

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IDC Customer Spotlight: Comcast Reaps the Benefits of Integrated HR and Talent from SAP

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Intelligent Human Capital Management: Workforce Analytics Drives Profit and Performance

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