Companies like to say that they are a “people-first” organization, but they don’t always behave that way. It’s not that they’re bad organizations – they just may not understand what really gets their people inspired. Today’s guest is here to explain why being people-first is a good business strategy.
Dave Bookbinder goes Behind The Numbers with Jeff Higgins, Founder and CEO of Human Capital Management Institute, and Adjunct Professor of Human Capital Analytics at University of Southern California.
In this episode, we’re discussing how SEC disclosure requirements around human capital will change the way organizations behave, and how they account for their most valuable assets: their people. We’re also discussing the valuation implications of the SEC reporting requirements and the role of human capital considerations in the valuation of an enterprise.
About the Host:
Dave Bookbinder is the person that clients reach out to when they need to know what their most important assets are worth.
Dave is a Managing Director at B. Riley Advisory Services, where he works closely with business owners, CFOs, Controllers, and CEOs. Dave has conducted valuations of the securities and intangible assets of public and private companies for various purposes.
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