About Bellevue University's Human Capital Lab℠
Our mission is to develop innovative and valuable approaches to unlocking the long-term potential of human capital investments.
The latest thinking in human capital investment, management, and measurement is being done at Bellevue University's Human Capital Lab.
The Lab brings together business and academic leaders to measure the impact of learning investments and shares this knowledge with learning leaders and clients through industry studies, newsletters, and quarterly colloquia.
Bellevue University, a regionally accredited university, developed and supports the Human Capital Lab. A leader in adult learning, Bellevue University offers learning opportunities for human capital and learning professionals intent on leading this industry into the next century. More information can be found on this website or by calling 877-234-8720.
Bellevue University and the Human Capital Lab work with organizations throughout the world to develop human capital and measure the impact of intangible investments such as learning. These studies range from the productivity impacts of mentoring and sales training to assessments of the best use of tuition assistance. You can access these studies by topic on this site.
We bring world-renown leaders in human capital together every quarter to speak on the latest topics in human capital management. The presentations are posted by topic on this site.
To view the next Colloquium topic and to rsvp, click here.
The Human Capital Lab develops and manages original research designed to isolate the impact of learning on organizations.
The Lab and Capital Analytics, Inc. are strategic allies in the drive to create meaningful learning programs that stand the test of rigorous measurement so organizations can have a real dollar value to attribute to learning — and a greater understanding of their most important asset — human capital.
All of the Lab results are made available to members of the Lab, and they are incorporated into Bellevue University's learning programs.