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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Study of Human Capital in the Cognitive Era

Mention and further discussion

Study of Human Capital in the Cognitive Era   Via Jim Spohrer.   Pointing towards how jobs will evolve.   My recent experience has indicated that jobs, even those that are focused technically, are getting more socially complex.   In order to translate, curate and deliver results.

" ... This post is the first in a series by the Growthology team, where we will take a look at some of the topics discussed in State of the Field, a compilation of knowledge on entrepreneurship research written by the leading experts in the field.  ... 

Brink Lindsey, author of the book Human Capitalism, writes that “the central importance of human capital in today’s economy is a response to the rise of social complexity.” As society has become increasingly complex, jobs have become more highly skilled, the workforce has changed, and the study of human capital has become increasingly mainstream.

While financial means are important for a startup’s success, I argue that human capital is equally important. Human capital within entrepreneurship is one area Growthology will expand on throughout the course of this year. Several of my colleagues’ posts have presented different points of view on human capital matters (workers, students and crowdfunding to name only the most recent). ... " 

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