Topic: Social Capital
How can we measure and value social capital for business decision-making and reporting?
Social capital refers to relationships between individuals or groups and the resulting ability to secure or obtain resources, knowledge and information. Despite the importance given to relationships in business leadership and management, it is remarkable how little explicit, structured attention is often given to assessing and improving them. We define social capital and provide an overview of its business benefits, and we also outline measures and tools that can be used to assess the key dimensions of social capital.
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This report provides research-based guidance on the definition, measurement, and value that social capital provides to individuals, businesses, and communities.
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