The term "Human Capital" was coined in the 1960s by Nobel-Prize winning economist, Theodore W. Shultz, and later popularized by American economist Gary Becker.
Today, world-class organizations still abide by this idea that people are the ultimate resource when it comes to building a winning company. Yet not all companies recognize the competitive advantage of this precious resource.
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