Thanks Mark and David. I like the idea of changing the traditional HR to Office of Human Capital Resources, leading by a Human Capital Officer. It makes sense. I understand that some agencies still have the Human Capital Officer function separate from Human Resource Chief. This is one way to align the business of people/personnel/human capital management. If we view that the most valued asset for the survival of any organizations is human capital, and if this human capital asset is considered ineffective or insufficienly supplied, the organization will have a huge problem and may have to shut down. Therefore, organizational effectiveness begins with employees and how well employees are connected with the organization and with one another. The Center of Organizational Effectiveness is a reminder of the outcome we want to achieve and how well will depend on whether we can execute the people relations and connection strategies. Anyway, just a thought for brainstorming for the 21st century!
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