Strategic Human Capital Management for Financial Institutions: Board Member Tool Kit

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Industry research shows that Strategic Human Capital Management (SHCM) has a significant impact on the performance of financial institutions; for example, 33% higher return on total capital, 49% improvement in ROA, 27% improvement on ROE and 16.5% increase in the organisation’s market value. 


It is critical that Board Members of financial institutions begin to pay as much attention to the strategy, management and risk surrounding human capital as they do to financial capital to help ensure that SHCM is fully integrated into the organisation’s strategy planning in order to meet its obligations to all stakeholders.


SBBN’s newly published Strategic Human Capital Management for Financial Institutions: Board Member Tool Kit gives Board Members a set of tools, comprehensive guides, checklists and metrics to enable effective oversight of the HCM critical success factors.



Strategic Human Capital Management for Financial Institutions: Board Member Tool Kit

 Published July 2013

ISBN 978-1097720-628

64 pages


$35 for members of SBBN


$45 for non members.


10% discount available when buying two or more titles in this series.


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Institutional Sources for the Tool Kit
1  Board Member Tool Kit
2 Score Card: Business Life Cycle
3  Checklist: Human Capital Managment System
4  Guide: HCM System Critical Metrics
5  Checklist: Integrating HCM into Strategy
6  Guide: Addressing Gaps in the HCM System
7  Troubleshooting Guide: HCM Factors Potentially Contributing to Business Performance Problems
8 Board Support of SHCM


About SBBN

Small Business Banking Network (SBBN), a CapitalPlus Exchange initiative, is a global industry-building initiative and community platform that exists to expand the capacity, competency and willingness of financial institutions to serve small and growing businesses – the engine of income and job creation in developing economies.


About the Author

Prinny Anderson is a globally recognized human capital educator, coach, author and consultant and a principal of Design for Learning & Change in Durham, North Carolina, USA. Prinny is the lead human capital professional for SBBN. Her projects through SBBN and others in the industry range from in-depth human capital advisory engagements to workshops for HR teams, management training, and intensive preparation of younger professionals to provide strategic human capital management support to financial institutions.