“Goods are uniform and people are unique.” Too obvious? Maybe, but with the success that supply chain management (SCM) has brought to manufacturers, it’s time to apply the same philosophy to human capital management (HCM). In today’s feature article, TEC HCM analyst Sherry Fox reviews Human Capital Supply Chains, a new book that provides expert advice on what works, what doesn’t, and how a simple SCM history lesson can change the way you manage your workforce.
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writing about human resources (HR), talent management, learning management, and HCM. When I heard about the book Human Capital Supply Chains by Tim Giehll and Sara Moss, I was intrigued. After a few lengthy conversations on the subject with co-author Tim Giehll, he graciously sent me a copy. The concept of human capital supply chains may conjure up images of a workforce on an assembly line of sorts. But, in reality, the title of this book and concept behind it accurately depict the idea of managing human