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Many business leaders say all the right things about how much they value employees—but often fall short in their actual investment in human capital. Doing so is a mistake, says the Adler School’s Jay Colker, D.M., M.B.A., M.A., Core Faculty in the M.A. in Counseling and Organizational Psychology Program.
In his debut column for Smart Business Chicago, Dr. Colker describes research-based benefits for companies that strategically focus on human capital, and how effective companies do it—starting with a clear corporate strategy and senior-level accountability for outcomes.
Click here to turn to page 6 and read “Make it personal: Why you can’t afford to take your human assets for granted.”
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