General Incorporated Association HR Technology Consortium A must-read book for managers and practitioners aiming to disclose human capital that leads to improved corporate value “Strategic Human Capital Disclosure Operational Practices”-Systematic

General Incorporated Association HR Technology Consortium
A must-read book for managers and practitioners who aim to disclose human capital that leads to improved corporate value “Strategic Human Capital Disclosure Operational Practices”-Systematic organization of essential knowledge and practical strategy formulation guide- Thorough explanation of “Human Capital Visualization Guidelines” and “Statutory Disclosure Items” Launched on October 30, 2022

General Incorporated Association HR Technology Consortium (hereinafter referred to as “HRT” Shibuya-ku, Shibuya) is a specialized book that thoroughly explains the Japanese version of human capital disclosure rules announced by the Cabinet Secretariat in August 2022, “Disclosure and Operation of Strategic Human Capital.” Practice -Systematic organization of essential knowledge and practical strategy formulation guide-” will be released on October 30, 2022 at large bookstores nationwide and Amazon.
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Author: General Incorporated Association
HR Technology Consortium Edition
Release date: October 30, 2022
Publisher: Japan Management Association Management Center
Edition/number of pages: A5/240 pages
List price: 2,640 yen (tax included)
In this book, 2022, which is said to be the “first year of human capital disclosure,” the background of Japanese companies being required to disclose human capital, the “Human Capital Visualization Guidelines” announced by the Cabinet Secretariat and securities Using many examples and diagrams, it provides a wealth of useful information for management, disclosure departments, and human resource
departments, including detailed explanations of mandatory disclosure items in reports and key points of human capital disclosure that ESG investors pay attention to. It is easy to explain.
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Purchase reservation page (Amazon)
■ Book overview
“Human capital disclosure,” positioned to realize the “new capitalism” advocated by the Kishida Cabinet, will be imposed as a legal obligation on all listed companies from fiscal 2023. Under these circumstances, managers of listed companies, their affiliates, and companies preparing to go public, as well as personnel in charge of related departments, must, without exception, comply with the “Guidelines for Visualizing Human Capital,” a disclosure rule announced by the Cabinet Office at the end of August 2022. We will proceed with preparations to improve corporate value based on We have systematically organized the knowledge required by investors and managers, centering on the contents of the Human Capital Visualization Guidelines. In addition, examples and diagrams provide specific points for formulating disclosure strategies that are useful for practitioners.
■ Contents
Part 1 Disclosure of human capital to improve corporate value Chapter 1 Background of Promoting Japanese Version of Human Capital Disclosure Chapter 2 ESG information disclosure for use in investment
Chapter 3 Points of human capital disclosure that investors pay attention to Part 2 Practice of Human Capital Disclosure
Chapter 4 Correspondence to the international standard ISO 30414 Chapter 5 Disclosure Information and Disclosure Points
Chapter 6 Practical Approach to Disclosure
Chapter 7 Analysis of Human Capital Disclosure Information
case study
Allianz/Deutsche Bank/Verizon/Kobayashi Pharmaceutical
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■ Author profile
General Incorporated Association HR Technology Consortium
An organization that conducts open collaboration between politics, academia, and government, conducts neutral research and research, various seminars, and education, etc., with corporate members, in order to promote the use of HR technology and the disclosure of human capital. We are promoting activities that lead to the growth of HR technology, human capital management, and disclosure-related markets that are extremely important for Japanese companies to compete in the world. Target fields: HR technology, human capital disclosure, HR data analysis, practice of human capital management, AI utilization in the human capital area, engagement, human capital management from a management perspective, health management, human resource development x HR technology , AI utilization in recruitment areas, etc.
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Noriaki Kagawa
Graduated from the Faculty of Law, Kyoto University.
Representative Director of HR Technology Consortium. After working in KDDI’s new business development department, joined Dream Incubator and engaged in management consulting and venture investment. In 2007, as an executive officer of JINS, he served as manager of the corporate planning department, manager of store operations, and manager of general affairs and personnel affairs, contributing to the promotion to the Tokyo Stock Exchange Prime (formerly the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange). In 2014, he joined Gunosy as a personnel manager and was listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Growth (formerly Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers). Since 2017, he has been a director of Payroll Co., Ltd., and is in charge of sales and marketing departments and new business development in the HR technology field. In September 2020, he was appointed as representative director of the HR Technology Consortium, a general incorporated association, and is currently in his current position. As an ISO 30414 lead consultant, currently formulating human capital disclosure strategies for major domestic companies and conducting human capital management consulting for growing companies.
Wrote Chapters 1, 5, 6, Sections 1 and 5, and case studies.
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Takashi Iwamoto
Graduated from the Department of Metal Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo.
Ph.D., Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). After working at Nippon Motorola Co., Ltd., Japan Lucent Technology Co., Ltd., Nokia Japan Co., Ltd., and Dream Incubator Co., Ltd., he has been a specially appointed professor at Keio University Graduate School of Business Administration since June 2012. From September 2018, Yamagata University Academic Research Faculty Industry-University Collaboration Professor. Director of ICT CONNECT 21, Director of Japan CHRO Association, Director of Japan Public Affairs Association, Director of SDGs Innovation HUB, Director of Digital Garden City National Plan Support Group, He also serves as chairman of the judging committee for the HR Technology Awards. Acquired Japan’s first ISO 30414 lead consultant/assessor
certification in October 2020.
Wrote Chapters 1 and 4.
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Ryo Tamioka
Representative Director of SP Research Institute Co., Ltd. (no company) Director of HR Technology Consortium. After graduating from Keio University Faculty of Economics in 1996, he worked at Oracle Japan, SAP Japan, IBM Japan, Wing Arc 1st, and assumed his current position in May 2021. Currently, he provides consulting services to pursue “sustainable work styles” and has a deep knowledge of initiatives related to “human capital disclosure” (ISO 30414). Engaged in educational activities to promote data utilization, job definition, and skill definition in the personnel department of Japanese companies.
His publications include “HR Technology Changes HR” (co-author, Labor Administration, 2018), “Disclosure of Human Capital as a Management Strategy” (co-author, Japan Management Association Management Center, 2022), “The Latest Issues in Modern Personnel (Co-authored, Tax Accounting Association, 2022).
Contributed to “Business Guide” (Japanese laws and regulations), etc., and has made many appearances at Rosei Jiho Seminar, HR Summit, Nikkei Human Capital, HR Conference, etc.
Wrote the 3rd and 4th paragraphs of Chapter 6.
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Takashi Asano
Professor, Graduate School of Business Administration, Tokyo Metropolitan University. Completed doctoral course at Keio University Graduate School of Commerce, Doctor of Commerce. After working as an associate professor at the Faculty of Business at Aichi Shukutoku University and an associate professor and professor at the Graduate School of Tokyo Metropolitan University (currently Tokyo Metropolitan University), he assumed his current position. Has served as a visiting researcher at the Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies, Bank of Japan, and a visiting researcher at the University of California, Berkeley. Currently, he serves concurrently as a permanent director of the Japanese Economic Accounting Association and as deputy
editor-in-chief of the Japanese Economic Accounting Association’s Business Analysis Research. His research theme is “accounting information and capital markets.” Quantitative research on the usefulness of accounting information (financial and non-financial information) (relationship with corporate value) and the selection of disclosure of accounting information from the perspective of the capital market. Major publications include “Accounting Information and Capital Markets: Analysis and Impact of Transformation”
(Chuokeizai-sha, 2018) (Ota Kurosawa Award from the Japan Society of Accounting Studies, 47th Academic Award from the Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants, etc.) ), “Beyond ESG Chaos: A Guidepost to Building a New Capital Market” (edited by Tetsuo Kitagawa, Chuokeizai-sha, 2022).
Wrote Chapter 3, Item 1-4.
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Kana Nakajima
Persol Research Institute Co., Ltd. Organization and personnel consultant. Completed Graduate School of Business Administration, Tokyo Metropolitan University. In the doctoral course, researched “the impact of human capital disclosure on corporate value”. Participated in many surveys and researches on the realization of invisible assets and management using them at major research companies (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry “Survey Research for Promoting Local Benchmarking”, Patent Office “Lending Using Intellectual Property Evaluation” Investigative research on the promotion of Since March 2018, he has been engaged in numerous organizational and personnel consulting projects such as personnel system reform, career autonomy support, and next-generation leader training program construction. Master’s thesis “Empirical Research on the Effects of Intellectual Asset-Based Management -Focusing on Human Assets Accumulated through Intellectual Asset-Based Management-“, co-authored “Seniority Reduction Management for Middle-Senior” (Romu Kosei, 2020) . Wrote Section 5 of Chapter 3.
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Kiyohiro Oki
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics, the University of Tokyo. Completed master’s and doctoral programs at the Graduate School of Economics, the University of Tokyo. After working as an assistant professor at the Faculty of Commerce, Kansai University, and a lecturer at the Graduate School of Economics, the University of Tokyo, he assumed his current position. Specializes in international management and international human resource management theory. Focusing on the manufacturing industry of Japanese companies, we will conduct research on the management necessary for improving the performance of overseas subsidiaries from both qualitative and quantitative perspectives. In addition, research is also being conducted on personnel policies to develop excellent expatriates and factory managers. Major publications include Knowledge of Mass Production in Multinational Companies: Capability Building of Overseas Subsidiaries and Dynamics of Mass Production Activities in Home Country (Yuhikaku, 2014, International Business Research Society Award (Book Division)), Emerging Markets Strategy Theory: Towards the Growing Middle-Class Market, Japanese Companies’ New Strategy” (co-editor, Yuhikaku, 2015), “Core Text International Management” (Shinseisha, 2017), Factory performance and decision-making
Published papers such as authority between headquarters, expatriates, and local employees in Japanese MNCs in Southeast Asia. Asian Business & Management, 19, 86-117.
Wrote Chapter 7.
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Hikaru Ando Exhibition
Sustainability consultant. Representative director of Japan
Association for Sustainability Communication. Specializes in sustainability management and ESG information disclosure. With the mission of “updating sustainability in Japan”, we provide
sustainability management support mainly for listed companies. We have a lot of experience in supporting sustainability management promotion of Japanese companies, ESG information disclosure support, materiality identification support, third-party evaluation of reports/sites, SDGs support, GRI standard support, etc. In 2008, he became independent after working for an online advertising company. After launching multiple companies, he assumed his current position in 2016. Since 2009, he has been managing the blog “Beyond Sustainability”. His publications include “Future Business Illustrated SX & SDGs” (MDI, single author) and “Emergent Responsible Management” (Nihon Keizai Shimbun Publishing Co., Ltd.). Born in Nakano City, Nagano Prefecture in 1981.
Wrote Chapter 2.
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Takako Ogawa
CEO of Panarit Co., Ltd. Graduated from the Department of
International Relations, International Christian University. After working in the personnel department of Works Applications, he moved to Google Japan. Mainly recruitment/human resource development
Engaged in business. In 2014, he won the Innovation Award within the company. In 2015, he moved to the United States and engaged in Google’s company-wide personnel strategy as a senior project manager in the personnel strategy department of Google’s US headquarters. Leading many organizational reforms such as DX conversion of recruitment process, renewal of interviewer training, introduction of interview preparation guide to ensure fairness, and improvement of candidate experience. In 2019, he launched a Japanese subsidiary of Panarit, and in July 2021, he moved the head office from Singapore to Japan and reached his current position.
Wrote Section 2 of Chapter 6.
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Tran Chi
Panarit Co., Ltd. Representative Director and COO. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo. For about 13 years through the Boston Consulting Group, Recruit Holdings, and Google, he has supported client companies in promoting DX (especially transformation to data-based KPI management), mainly in the areas of sales, marketing, and business development. After that, he launched a Japanese subsidiary of “Panalit”, a system that visualizes all human capital, and moved the head office from Singapore to Japan in July 2021, reaching his current position.
Wrote Section 2 of Chapter 6.
■ Publication-related events
(1) [Publication Commemorative Seminar]
To commemorate the publication of this book, we will hold a
publication commemorative seminar co-sponsored by the publisher, the Japan Management Association Management Center, HRT special support member HRBrain, and HRT.
In this seminar, as a keynote speech on behalf of the authors of this book, Takashi Iwamoto, professor of industry-academia collaboration at the Faculty of Science, Yamagata University, systematically organizes the development of human capital disclosure rules in Japan and overseas, and future corporate managers, disclosure departments, and personnel affairs. I would like to talk about the preparations required of the department. After that, Mr. Kagawa, the representative director of the HR Technology Consortium, the author of this book, explained the important points in the operation of the Japanese version of human capital disclosure rules that are useful for the practice of human capital disclosure, which is the main feature of this book, and the key points of disclosure preparation. add. On top of that, the Japan Management Association will be at the forefront of efforts to disclose human capital at leading companies such as Toppan Printing, taking up “human resource development policy” and
“engagement” as the most important disclosure themes that are directly linked to improving corporate value. Introducing from the management center, HRBrain.
In the second half of the session, we will have a question-and-answer session from all the participants, and we will discuss together with two keynote speakers in a panel discussion format how to prepare for the Japanese version of human capital disclosure and how it should be prepared.
This seminar is full of must-listen content for managers, disclosure departments, and personnel departments of listed companies and companies aiming to be listed on the stock exchange within a few years. Please join us by all means on the occasion of any obstacles. ■ Event overview
・ Event name: Publication commemoration! “Strategic Human Capital Disclosure” What is the Frontline of Operational Practices?
・ Date and time: October 31, 2022 (Monday) 13: 00-14: 40
・Location: Online
・Participation fee: Free
·agenda:
1. Greetings from the organizer
2. Keynote Speech Professor Iwamoto (20 min)
3. Strategic approach to improve corporate value through disclosure of human capital
HRT Representative Director Kagawa (20 minutes)
4. Leading Case of Human Capital Disclosure Focusing on Employee Engagement HRBrain Executive Officer Tatsuki Yoshida Lecture (15 minutes) + Q&A (10 minutes)
5. Examples of “human growth support (investment)” and improvement of corporate value
Japan Management Association Management Center Co., Ltd.
General Manager of HRM Division Lecture (15 minutes) + Q&A (10 minutes) 6. Wrap-up questionnaire information
・Application: https://hrt-20221031.peatix.com
(2) [Publishing Commemorative Introductory Lecture on Human Capital Disclosure Leading to Improvement of Corporate Value]
In this course, HRT’s own perspective will be added to explain the impact of legal obligations that are progressing in Japan and overseas, commentary on disclosure cases in Japan and overseas, and a practical guide for preparing for human capital disclosure.
[Date and time]
1st: October 19, 2022 (Wednesday) 13:00-14:30 Lecturer: HRT
Representative Director Noriaki Kagawa
2nd: October 26, 2022 (Wednesday) 13:00-14:30 Lecturer: HRT
Representative Director Noriaki Kagawa
3rd: November 2, 2022 (Wednesday) 13:00-14:30 Lecturer: Professor Iwamoto, Faculty of Science, Yamagata University
[Participation benefits]
“Human Capital Disclosure Leading to Increased Corporate Value” Survey Research Report Excerpt Version Presented
[Benefits for participants]
・In addition to preparing for the Japanese version of “disclosure of human capital”, it will lead to improvement of corporate value Providing useful knowledge to managers and personnel in charge of human capital disclosure
[Course price]
60,000 yen (total amount) / 1 person * Group discount → 150,000 yen (total amount) / 5 people (HRT corporate member discount available) *For group discounts, HRT corporate member discount applications, and inquiries, please contact the HRT office (office@hr-technology.or.jp). [Application] https://hrt-report2022.peatix.com

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