Today’s guest is the author of the book, “Fixing Work.” He’s here today to tell us what’s broken and how to fix it.
Dave Bookbinder goes Behind The Numbers with Thomas Bertels, Founder and President – Purpose Works Consulting.
In this episode we’re discussing process improvement with a human capital component and how that focus is benefitting organizations and employees by creating more meaningful work. Thomas also shares the ROI that companies capture in redesigning processes along with some tips to fix work.
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. He’s a corporate finance executive with a focus on business and intellectual property valuation. Known as a collaborative adviser, Dave has served thousands of client companies of all sizes and industries.
Dave is the author of two #1 best-selling books about the impact of human capital (PEOPLE!) on the valuation of a business enterprise called The NEW ROI: Return On Individuals & The NEW ROI: Going Behind The Numbers.
He’s on a mission to change the conversation about how the accounting world recognizes the value of people’s contributions to a business enterprise, and to quantify what every CEO on the planet claims: “Our people are this company’s most valuable asset.”
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