Capital Analytics to Publish Book with Wiley and SAS

DURHAM, NC — June 13, 2012 — The Analytics of People: How to harness the potential of your organization’s greatest asset, written by Gene Pease, Dr. Boyce Byerly and Dr. Jac Fitz-enz, will be published by John Wiley and Sons as part of the Wiley and SAS Business Series in the fall of 2012. This book will provide an in-depth look at the science of human capital analytics, giving practical examples from published case studies of companies applying analytics to their people decisions and providing a framework for using predictive analytics to optimize human capital investments.

Gene Pease, co-founder and chief executive officer of Capital Analytics, is a sought-after thought leader and presenter in the field of human capital analytics. Gene translates Capital Analytics’ breakthrough statistical methodology into services that bridge the gap between people investments and business results.

Dr. Boyce Byerly, co-founder and chief scientist of Capital Analytics, has more than 15 years of experience designing and managing pure and applied research projects with high-technology firms. He has published numerous works on knowledge representation, spatial cognition, expert systems and computer-support cooperative work in the United States, Europe and Africa.

Dr. Jac Fitz-Enz is widely regarded as the father of human capital strategic analysis and measurement. He founded the famous Saratoga Institute and published the first HR metrics in 1978 and the first international HR benchmarks in 1985. He has authored 12 books, over 350 articles and trained 90,000 managers in 46 countries on strategic management and measurement.

“The Human Capital Analytics dream has become a reality as HR practitioners have begun to embrace analytics and organizational leaders have demanded increasing accountability from HR. This book will give a solid foundation for the innovative practice of human capital analytics.” said Dr. Jac Fitz-Enz.

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