Why do we need human capital metrics and reporting in company disclosures? Can we agree that the Coronavirus crisis is a human crisis requiring people-centric measurement and solutions? The last great crisis in the US was the financial crisis of 2007-2009. If the pandemic is a uniquely human crisis, the most powerful driver in our […]
Lee Webster, JD-MBA, owner of International Service Standards Solutions, LLC and Interim Vice President, Human Resources, The College of New Jersey Over. He has held a succession of senior management and executive positions at Fortune 500 companies, including ExxonMobil, Pepsi, and Rohm and Haas over a 30-year period. Lee founded two ISO Technical Committees, ISO/TC 260 for Human Resource Management, and ISO/TC 304 for Healthcare Organization Management, serving as Chair or Secretary in both. While serving on ISO/TC 260, he initiated and oversaw the development of ISO 30414:2018 Human resource management — Guidelines for internal and external human capital reporting. This standard presents a roadmap for organizational leadership to calculate, assess, and communicate the value of human capital to its stakeholders. Lee’s firm certifies organizations to that and other ISO and American standards. He was Chair of the ANSI Organizational Member Forum (OMF) and an Executive Committee member on the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Board. He served as the Chair of the certification committee for the Standards Engineering Society. Prior to his civilian career, he spent several years in the military as an Infantry officer. Lee holds a BS in Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, an MS in Management Systems from the University of Central Texas, and a JD/MBA from Northwestern University. He can be reached at [email protected].