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The New Human Capital Strategy: Improving the Value of Your Most Important Investment—Year after Year by Ph.D. Bradley W. Hall,

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Chapter Eight. Putting It All Together

 

“A leader is someone who steps back from the entire system and tries to build a more collaborative, more innovative system that will work over the long term.”

 
 --ROBERT REICH

The purpose of this last chapter is to create a roadmap for building and executing the new Human Capital Strategy. Here again, let’s use the Human Capital Management model as a generic roadmap (see Figure 8-1). Certainly, every organization is unique and will choose a different path depending on circumstances. This chapter is one way to proceed; it may or may not be the right way for your organization. The chapter is written with a stand-alone unit—a company, business unit, or geographic organization (e.g., region, country)—in mind. ...

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