People - Training Your Most Valuable Asset
"The most valuable assets of a 20th-century company were its production equipment. The most valuable asset of a 21st-century institution, whether business or non-business, will be its knowledge workers and their productivity."
Peter Drucker -
Mr. Drucker was prescient in his observation. Intangible assets -- patents, intellectual property, brands, and research & development -- are all created by people, and they are the core contributors to profits and value in this new economy.
In fact, the firm Ocean Tomo estimates that in 1975 more than 80% of the value in the S&P 500 firms consisted of tangible assets -- like land, plant and equipment. In 2010, approximately 80% of the S&P500 market value is attributed to intangible assets, like people and their ideas and capacity to innovate.
After all Apple's patents are produced by people. Walmart's teams of people efficiently deliver goods. Google's people innovate the way we deliever and consume services. People are the key. They "right" people matter!
You might say. I can't afford to pay for the right person.
But did you know that most employees don't quit their job because of pay? Most employees quit because their boss who fails to deliver extrinsic value to the employee. Learn more Why Training Matters.
Training your people shows that you are committed manager and leader, that you value you people, and that you know the secret to excellence and profitability for your organization.
Now that you know WHY, Let us help you with How! When! and Where! Show your commitment to you People and your Company and Get Started with a Free Training Consultation Today.