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Descripción del libro
Ask anyone from the CEO to the shipping clerk about the organization’s most valuable asset, and you’ll get the same answer: “The people!” However, when it comes to the valuation of that organization, especially in terms of intangible assets, items like patents and trademarks wind up seeming to be more valuable. How can that be? Simple: They’re more quantifiable.
In The NEW ROI: Return on Individuals, we delve into placing a more quantifiable value on the human capital asset – the most valuable asset in every organization. Additionally, we explore universal ways to promote even greater workforce value including creating difference makers, increasing employee success, improving happiness, reducing toxic employees, generating innovation by building trust, embracing and improving corporate culture, and much more.
Público al que se apunta
Senior Business Executives, Accountants in mergers and acquisitions, Human Resource Executives, CEO's
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
aún no lo sé
Editorial del ebook
aún no lo sé
Diseño de inspiración
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Necesidades de diseño
A little more about the book: Dave Bookbinder's, The NEW ROI, provides real formulas for calculating what historically was immeasurable--it is starting a new way to apply mathematical formulas to quantify the value of employees. The way it is right now, a new toilet is considered an asset, while an employee is considered a liability, even though you couldn't run the company without its people, their experience and knowledge. This book proposes to change that. Why that's important is because companies tend to hold tight to dollars that have to do with supporting or developing their employees which can have disastrous consequences (financial too). This is a way to demonstrate in dollars and cents, what it's costing the company to NOT support their people.
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yes, photos (only because they are hard to reproduce and tend to get lost. We need something that looks as good on a poster or email invitation as it does on the book.
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