“The most important asset of our company is the men and women who make up our teams”, “In our business, the difference lies in the quality and motivation of our employees”, our main task of tomorrow is to learn how to attract and retain competent employees … who did not hear this kind of statement in your company or who did not read it in the economic press?

Therefore, the answer to the question is obvious, men and women are one of the rare resources of the company, and therefore it is necessary to manage them with the greatest attention. And yet, many companies are destroying jobs, strategic plans are often very poor in human resources, investment plans very rarely include detailed human components, only a few firms integrate elements of their human capital. in presenting their results, pilot indicators of the human “resource” almost do not exist (and, rarely, are always taken into account, follow …), HR managers are not often members of the management committee … after the study cited, only 30% of US companies consider human resources as a strategic lever …

In addition, each of us can cite a number of examples of successful companies or teams where, on a daily basis, a person does not seem to be considered the first wealth. Therefore, the discourse on human resource management is mixed. Sometimes it happens because of conscience, sometimes because of bet (motivated employees are by definition more productive), and sometimes because of the desire to be considered by its employees or the community in which we live. As far as I know, the problem is clear, even if it is not easy to implement!

Managing people in the organization is a prerequisite for achieving sustainable results for the organization, and I will try to convince you by giving the first economic arguments. Managing men is profitable … Investing in human resource management is profitable. A study conducted at 968 large US companies shows that turnover, profit and market value per employee are on average higher in companies that invest in the management of their human capital.

Because managing men means creating a competitive edge. Investing in the development of human capital means creating a competitive advantage, especially in the information economy that we have entered. Indeed, the intensity of research efforts complicates the protection of innovation. The advantage will often be the speed of marketing and customer service. All these elements are based on the skills of “practical” teams.

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