Good Company: Business Success in the Worthiness Era, Berrett-Koehler, 2011.

HR Analytics Handbook, Reed Business, 2010 (first paperback edition, 2012).

Note: both books listed above are available for purchase in the online McBassi Store.



Four Lessons Learned in How to Use Human Resource Analytics to Improve the Effectiveness of Leadership Development,” Journal of Leadership Studies, Summer 2016.

What’s the Business Impact of Learning?,” CTDO Magazine, March 2016.

Human Capital Disclosure is ‘Unambiguously a Good Thing’,” CFO Magazine,  March 2016.

Advancing the HR Profession: Consistent Standards in Reporting Sustainable Human Capital Outcomes,” People + Strategy, Fall 2015.

An Economic Analysis: The PEO Industry Footprint,” NAPEO White Paper Series, September 2015.

Professional Employer Organizations: Keeping Turnover Low and Survival High,” NAPEO White Paper Series, September 2014.

Where Does Human Capital Fit in the Sustainability Agenda?” Cornerstone Journal of Sustainable Finance and Banking, May 2014.

Professional Employer Organizations: Fueling Small Business Growth,” NAPEO White Paper Series, September 2013.

How to Create More Value From Employee Surveys,” Talent Management, September 2012.

2012 Good Company Index: It (Still) Pays to Be Good,”, September 2012.

Laboring to stay ahead: Better behavior leading to success for businesses,” San Diego Union Tribune, August 2012.

The Goods on the Good Employer,” Workforce Management, September 2011.

Business Success in the Worthiness Era: Just What Does Worthiness Mean?”, September 2011.

Decision-Science: Measuring & Valuing Training Investments,” Human Resources iQ, August 2011.

The Good Environmental Steward,” Reuters, August 2011.

Raging Debates in HR Analytics,” People & Strategy, July 2011.

Quick HC Analytics Poll Results,” October 2010.

Human Capital Management Predicts Stock Prices,” June 2010.

Does Engagement Really Drive Results?”, Talent Management, March 2010.

Leadership Development for Educators. Rowman and Littlefield, November 2009.

Employers’ Perspective on Human Capital Management and Development,” Education Working Paper No. 18, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, January 2009.

“Toward A Human Capital Measurement Methodology,” Advances in Developing Human Resources, Volume 10, Number 6, December 2008.

Harvard Business Review, “Maximizing Your Return on People,” March 2007.

2006 Pfeiffer Annual, “Beyond Employee Satisfaction, ROI, and the Balanced Scorecard: Improving Business Results through Improved Human Capital Measurement.”

Organizational Dynamics, “Developing Measurement Systems for Managing in the Knowledge Era” 34:2 (185-196), 2005.

Handbook of Business Strategy 2005 (Coate, ed.), “What to Do When People are Your Most Important Asset” (219-224).

Milken Review, “Are Skills a Cost or an Asset?“, 3rd Quarter 2004.

Creating a Learning Culture: Strategy, Technology, and Practice, Conner and Clawson, (eds.), “Using Measurement to Foster Culture and Sustainable Growth,” 2004.

Harvard Business Review, “How’s Your Return on People?“, March 2004.

Workplace Education for Low-Wage Workers, 2003, Upjohn Institute Press.

Singapore Management Review, “Profiting From Learning: Firm-Level Effects of Training Investments and Market Implications,” 2002 (vol. 24, no. 3).

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