Successful companies think strategically when it comes to their capital assets (tools, equipment).
They think strategically about technology—when to upgrade to the latest operating system, what smart devices will work with their business plans. They think strategically about their budgets—when they can make big spends, what financial goals have to be met each quarter.
But when it comes to the most valuable asset—Human Capital (its people)—most companies don’t plan strategically.
Your company will not be the only one benefitting from a solid human capital strategy. A 2011 study from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that human capital is important for the success of cities and regions in which it is located. If you want your business to thrive, then you surely want Louisville to thrive as well. In this way you can contribute to Louisville’s slogan “Possibility City.”
We created this report because Insiders want Louisville to be a great city, and Insiders know that great cities are built by great people. We want Louisville’s talented workers to stay and prosper here, and we want talented people from all over the world to come here to work and build their lives.