Leveraging Human Capital is a practitioner’s account of the ‘business of managing people’ . It offers a
thoughtful and reflective overview of the modern employment landscape and what mental models and mind sets might be used to make work more productive and humane.
This book examines the challenges involved in leveraging human capital to make financial capital productive and value accreting. It combines author’s years of experience with works of scholars and everyday business situations to stimulate thinking on how leaders can motivate and channelize their human capital to create disproportionate returns. Discussion on topics like Human Ability and Converting Potential into Performance makes it a timeless read- without being limited to a single era or a single culture.
Ratings & Reviews
12 Ratings &
Superb book with comprehensive research done. It can be read by everyone and need not be limited to only HR professionals. The author has shared many anecdotes which aids to the flow of the book. He has broken HR concepts in to simple language. He has tackled many issues including but not limited to motivation, culture, performance and leadership. The part on leadership is original work and is very well written.
It need not be used in only a professional environment but can be used in a pe...