Phoenix Strategic Performance Launches eBook on the Importance of a Human Asset Management Strategy

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Phoenix Strategic Performance has launched an operational guide to human capacity planning in collaboration with Sympraxis.

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Today's business challenges demand a new, business-focused human capital model looking at employees as valuable human assets.

Phoenix Strategic Performance and Sympraxis have jointly launched a new eBook, Human Asset Management Strategy© (HAMS), A Multifunctional Operational Guide to Human Capital Capacity Planning, for all levels of the organization, from the Boardroom to the CEO to the Head of OD/HR. To ensure that organizations and their employees stay strategically relevant through this current period of hyper change, companies need to evaluate if their employees are appreciating in value, maintaining their value or declining in value.

Businesses consistently refer to employees as "their most valuable assets". In this eBook, Joanne Flynn of Phoenix Strategic Performance and Wayne Haggstrom of Sympraxis present approaches, tools and techniques for establishing Human Asset Management as a core organizational strategy. This strategy takes traditional asset management approaches and expands them for use in today's human capital world.

This eBook focuses on these human asset management questions:

  • Are your people value creators, value sustainers or value eroders?
  • In today's changing environment, are your human assets appreciating or depreciating?
  • To maintain human asset appreciation, are you investing in the on-going development of your people? If not, what are the risks and consequences?
  • What's the real cost of not investing in people?
  • Would you rehire your current team of people?

Joanne Flynn states, "Today's business challenges demand a new, business-focused human capital model looking at employees as valuable human assets. In our accelerated hyper-change business environment, we must evaluate employees as value creators, value sustainers or value eroders. We have seen that the best corporate strategy can fail at implementation without a robust human capital business strategy supporting it."

Wayne Haggstrom states, "Today's challenge is to replace short-term, cost-center people strategies with a well-considered, long-term human asset management strategy. If people are assets, they must be treated like any other organizational asset. We must recognize that an organization's human resources are really the human capital that drives the business engine. It's time to be as disciplined in assessing our employees just like we assess capital equipment, keeping them upskilled, relevant and continuously appreciating."

Click here to download your digital copy of the eBook, Human Asset Management Strategy: A New Approach.

About Phoenix Strategic Performance:
A strategic, business-focused human capital advisory firm bringing an integrated business discipline to human capital performance. We do this through: data and business analytics filtered at multiple levels; gap analysis and strategic insights into your most important asset, your people; and future-focused workforce planning & development capabilities.
http://www.phoenixstrategicperformance.com

About Sympraxis:
Sympraxis brings a systems approach to organizational improvement. We put together a unique mix of tools and processes to dramatically increase the success of organizations. Our approach recognizes the unique aspects of each company, their goals and objectives, leadership styles, and staff needs to develop a custom plan to move the organization forward. Key to this is engaging the human assets of your organization, from the leadership to the line, to ensure the skill sets are in place to address the immediate marketplace as well as the dynamics of the future.
http://www.sympraxis.com

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