Correlation of talent management investments with financial performance

Nice idea. IBM’s Institute for Business Value and the Human Capital Institute did the math reports Seeds of growth. What they determined is what you would expect: invest in talent management… Surprising: Especially the small companies seem to have an advantage in talent management (employees were asked).

I like this “number crunching” as the book Super Crunchers puts it. Very inspiring. Who wouldn’t love to do some “correlating”? It’s totally logical, seemingly easy and yet very impressive. I guess the most difficult thing is to get all of the data. Get it semantical. Get enough data for a representational meaning.

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