Human Assets in the Social Control Management

Abstract

Attempts to quantify the human assets of an organization happened the first time in the US in 1960, when it was tried to end it in their balance sheet. This idea of quantification started to analyze the differences in value between similarities or changes made in time by the same organization and the premises had the decisive contribution of human activities. The practical consequences of the current research on human activities were not eloquent. In recent years the problems of quantification has been resumed by the focus on intangible elements of the organization, without accounting field to find a satisfactory solution to all parties. Construction of the strategic balanced scorecard refit problem in assessing the human factor concerns of managements’ instrumentalizatioHuman assets, human resources management, social pilotage

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