Human Capital Management News
The Master of Science in Human Capital Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies is helping set the course of talent strategy for the Federal Reserve Board.
How do women of color in midlevel leadership roles successfully develop and advance within an organization? To answer this question, Dr. Cindy Pace conducted a case study as part of her dissertation research involving 23 women of color at a Fortune 500 company.
With more than 25 years of experience as both an internal HR professional and as a human capital expert providing service to clients, Dr. Beverly Tarulli leverages data to develop PepsiCo’s human capital strategy and ensure the right approach to attract, retain, and develop talent.
Recognizing the unique and bold industry-based approach of Columbia University’s Master of Science in Human Capital Management, the Philadelphia CHRO Leadership Summit Governing Body has acknowledged the program with its CHRO Leadership Summit Award.
Yvette Burton, Ph.D., Vice President of Workforce Solutions and Intelligence at Lockheed Martin, offers her best HR advice.
Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies has appointed Yvette C. Burton, Ph.D. Academic Director of its new Master of Science in Human Capital Management program.