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HCM functions as part of an integrated approach to the management of people. 4. This is a highly sophisticated approach to HCM but the process of HCM can still make a signiﬁcant contribution to business success even when it is conducted on a much more basic level as long as the principles of measurement, reporting, analysis, evaluation and action are followed. 5. 5 Programme for introducing HCM The checklist below, developed by Saratoga/PricewaterhouseCoopers (Saratoga, 2005) and cited by IRS (2005), can be used as a guide to the development process described in more detail in the toolkit (see the Appendix).
HCM provides a bridge between HR and business strategy. The Accounting for People Task Force Report (2003) stated that HCM involves the systematic analysis, measurement and evaluation of how people policies and practices create value. The report deﬁned HCM as ‘an approach to people management that treats it as a high level strategic issue rather than an operational ma�er “to be le� to the HR people”’. The Task Force expressed the view that HCM ‘has been under-exploited as a way of gaining competitive edge’.
Kearns (2005a) believes that in HCM ‘people are value adders, not overheads’ while in HRM ‘people are [treated as] a signiﬁcant cost and should be managed accordingly’. The claim that in HRM employees are treated as costs is not supported by the descriptions of the concept of HRM produced by US writers such as Beer et al (1984). In one of the seminal texts on HRM they emphasized the need for ‘a longer-term perspective in managing people and consideration of people as potential assets rather than merely a variable cost’.
Basic Training for Trainers, Third Edition by Gary Kroehnert