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Company reporting: our response to the SEC petition on human capital management

The Maturity Institute recently responded to a petition submitted by the Human Capital Management Coalition, a collaboration of 25 pension funds representing over $2.8Trillion in pension assets. Meredith Miller, Chief Corporate Governance Officer for the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, … Continue reading

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A clinical analysis & assessment of immature leadership and amateur HR – a fatal combination.

Ten years after the crash of 2007, banks today might be more solvent but we still cannot trust them. Their underlying culture, where profit conflicts with societal value, has not changed. They persist in trying to justify their profit-driven behaviour … Continue reading

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Banking Governance & Culture Webinar: How healthy are our banks 10 years after the Crash?

Are our banks working? Have our banks improved since the global financial crisis in 2008? Do they pose less risk? If so, has this translated into higher value for investors, customers, workforces and other key stakeholders? Our free webinar will … Continue reading

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How can SHRM ensure it does not become just another Linkedin group?

There is no easy or gentle way to say this. There are some good people who are members of SHRM but the facts, and SHRM’s own evidence, clearly indicate that not one of its 285,000 members is certified to a … Continue reading

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MI’s advice on human capital disclosure now on Board Agenda

See the full MI article on Board Agenda here and MI’s views on the HCM Coalition’s petition here  

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10 Years after the Crash

MI is delighted to join the “10 Years after the Crash” network, coordinated by Promoting Economic Pluralism, which will be holding a wide range of events in September around the UK to reflect on the lessons from the Global Financial … Continue reading

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MI’s introductory guide to meaningful, mindful, human capital metrics

MI’s policy of offering a professional critique of existing human capital management practices, especially the metrics used, is only valid if we can offer a better alternative. Better in terms of value, simplicity and practicality. This is becoming much more … Continue reading

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Pension funds must choose the right investor metrics for human capital

The primary role of the Maturity Institute is to provide a wide-ranging critique of existing human governance and human capital management practice, based on its global standards, in order to develop professional solutions to meet emerging needs. A looming, global challenge … Continue reading

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Killing meaningless metrics marks the start for professional management

This is a true story. Many years ago, I was working with the training team at a manufacturing division of Motorola. They had just entered Quarter 4 and I was there to teach them how to measure the value of … Continue reading

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Corporate purpose: clearly defined, measurable, and linked with higher Total Stakeholder Value (TSV)

Banking Governance & Culture Report Series: Part 5 (of 10) The litany of corporate failures over decades, inequality between the wealthiest and the poorest, and the unresolved issue of corporate diversity are some of the drivers behind increasingly vociferous demands … Continue reading

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