Roundtable - Cost Center No More
Updated: Nov 30, 2021
Most companies invest 50% and 60% of gross profit into people! That’s an enormous expense and understanding how to calculate the economic value of these investments and the impact on profitability is a skill every practitioner should have.
Join us as we talk with Solange Charas, PhD., and Founder and CEO of HCMoneyball and Distinguished Principal Research Fellow at The Conference Board and learn the five human capital metrics related to a company’s financial performance. In other words, connecting human capital expenditures to EBITDA.
We will discuss:
The math. How to calculate the five metrics.
Is there a positive or negative return on your company’s human capital investment?
Are the human capital expenditures advancing the company’s desired financial outcomes?
How do you demonstrate over time the impact of the economic value of human capital?
Whether you are someone who is already a practitioner of connecting human capital outcomes to business outcomes, someone who is just getting their toes wet or someone who knows they need more measurement but do not know where to start- this round table is for you!
As always- No sales pitches. No boring presentations. Just good conversation.
Solange Charas, PhD., is Founder and CEO of HCMoneyball, Distinguished Principal Research Fellow at The Conference Board, Adjunct Professor, Master’s of Human Capital Management at Columbia, USC, NYU. Recognized expert in Human Capital Analytics. BA, UC Berkeley, MBA, Cornell University, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University. Author of: “Winter is Coming – The Approaching Human Capital Storm” in The Handbook of Board Governance, 2nd. Ed.
Stela Lupushor is the founder and Chief Re-framer with Reframe.Work, a consulting firm dedicated to advising organizations on how to future-proof their workforce and work environment in light of demographic shifts, disruptive technology, value chain disintermediation, and human behavior evolution. Stela also serves as the Program Director, Strategic Workforce Planning Council at The Conference Board, facilitating conversations with Fortune 500 corporations-members on building new global workforce strategies to deliver business performance.