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of people Training participation rate No. of participants: Annual average total no. of people Training cost share in costs with personnel Training costs: Costs with personnel Training Management Average cost with training actions Training costs: No. of training actions School disqualification rate No. of people < 6 years of basic school level: Total no. of people Qualification rate by school level No. of people by school level: Total no. of people Qualification Management Average and high qualification rate No. of people w/ average/high qualification: Total no. of people
Changing Perspective of Management: Revisit the existing and Explore the Novel Ideas - Conference Proceedings 2011 March 10 - 12, Kathmandu, Nepal 123 Nepalese Academy of Management ( www. nam. org. np) Conclusions and Limitations From the statements above, the following can be clearly shown: The need for a consensual synthesis on what HC is considered. It seems that this synthesis must contain: skills [Smith (1776), Mill (1848), Becker (1960), Davenport (1999), Baron and Armstrong (2007), Cabrita (2009)], competence and/or expertise, qualifications, ability [Smith (1776), Mill (1848), Bontis et al. (1999), Baron and Armstrong (2007), Cabrita (2009)]; It is necessary to deepen the research into HRM practices which, as shown earlier, influence the performance of organisations and contribute to the creation of value in an added and sustainable way; Recurrently, and as studies are deepened, it will be necessary to identify which set of indicators/metrics might be reliable and valid in translating the value of HC, according to the contributions of Schultz (1961); the Social Balance as an incalculable source of information, which makes it easier to characterise/measure the HC of organisations; while recognising that it will not answer every issue, there is an intention to raise the contribution of the SB to understand the value of HC. References Baron, A. 2003. Measuring human capital: the key to organizational success. Development and Learning in Organizations, 17 , 7-9. Baron, A., Armstrong, M. London 2007 Human Capital Management: achieving added value through people , Kogan Page. Becker, G. Year. Investing in Education and Research Underinvestment in College Education? In: Seventy-second Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, 1960. The American Economic Review 346-354. Bontis, N., Dragonetti, N.C., Jacobsen, K. and ROOS, G. 1999. The knowledge toolbox: a review of the tools available to measure and manage intangible resources. European Management Journal, 17 , 391-402. Brás, F. A. 2007. Necessidade e dificuldade em valorizar o capital humano. Revista de Estudos Politécnicos, IV , 291-319 Bullen, M., Eyler, K. A. 2010. Human resource accounting and international developments: implications for measurement of human capital. International Business & Cultural Studies, 3 , 16.

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