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Understanding Human Capital Helps Companies Outcompete – Mike Piker

Dec 2 • ClarkMorgan Insights, Management and Leadership Insights • 5158 Views • 2 Comments on Understanding Human Capital Helps Companies Outcompete – Mike Piker

HUMAN CAPITAL IS AS IMPORTANT AS FINANCIAL CAPITAL. So say Mike Piker, Vice President of Lenovo. He believes that the way companies measure and deploy talent is as important as the way capital is moved around, to out-compete and out manoeuvre their competition. Piker believes that the new science of HR involves predictive workplace analytics, which allows human capital to become the weapon to outcompete.

Prior to joining Lenovo, Mike was a Partner and lead international consultant for Mercer based in Shanghai, China and New York, USA. His other corporate HR experience spans Syngenta, Alcoa, and Cisco in various executive roles. His other consulting HR experience spans Buck Consultants and ORC Worldwide in several regional and client facing roles.

Mike is a co-author of the report Talent Mobility Good Practices – Collaboration at the Core of Driving Economic Growth which was produced in collaboration with the World Economic Forum and presented at the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.

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2 Responses to Understanding Human Capital Helps Companies Outcompete – Mike Piker

  1. Bill Grayson says:

    Yes! I agree with Mike. Too many companies think it’s the latest ‘APP’ or the boss’s relationships with presidents of clients, but it is all to do with moving talent around. When you move talent around, you share best practice, you build capabilities across multiple departments and business units, and you build capability through synergy. This is by far the most important competitive edge!!

  2. Gina says:

    I am pleased to see Mike talking about talent as a valuable resource. Too often HR is considered a cost center. It is true that if you make mistakes with people it can be expensive but people make the profits for a company, not technology.

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