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9 May 2018
Resourcing – How HR’s Core Competence is Evolving (Paris) - Event Flyer
The ability to attract and hire the right talent is a critical business requirement for most organisations. It is an area where HR can make a significant contribution to business outcomes. It is also a field that is undergoing significant technological change and innovation, with substantial claims being made for the capacity of new recruitment techniques to improve the quality and speed of decision making, and to enable organisations to access wider and more diverse talent pools. This event will seek to separate the hype from the evidence, exploring how organisations can update their resourcing strategies to benefit from the latest developments in this field.More info
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Director, Corporate Research Forum
Mike has worked in Senior HR roles in the US and Europe with major international businesses including Avon, Rowntree, Unilever and Hewlett Packard.
He founded CRF as a research consortium to investigate the principles and practices that make a difference in people management. He applied the same principles in forming PARC, a research group investigating good practice in the area of performance, reward and governance. He is also a founder of Strategic Dimensions, a leading HR recruitment business.
Mike sets the agenda for CRF/PARC’s annual international conference which has become Europe’s premier HR event. He speaks and comments at company events, judges on industry award programmes and is on the council of the Guild of HR Professionals. His extensive network embraces academics, politicians, business leaders, journalists and the senior HR profession.
He is particularly interested in how leadership teams embrace People Management and how this enhances (or detracts from) business performance.
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Masters or Servants? What Role Will Robots Play in the Workforce of the Future? - SD Worx
Technological capability continues to increase, fuelled by growth in flexible cloud resources, and the development of new computing architectures that can be easily tailored to specific applications. But how will this ever-advancing capability impact on the world of work and the HR function, in particular?Launch
How countries measure up and create human workplaces - IBM
Employee experience can be a positive, powerful, and ultimately human experience, in which employees are able to invest more of their whole selves into the workplace.1 Recent research (published in The Employee Experience Index: A new global measure of a human workplace and its impact) by the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and Globoforce’s WorkHuman® Research Institute has resulted in the development of a new Employee Experience Index – measuring its five core dimensions: Belonging, Purpose, Achievement, Happiness, Vigor.Launch
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July 18th 2018
'Star Performers': Worth the Investment?
A critical business advantage of investing in good resourcing practices is that these practices help businesses to predict tomorrow’s star performers. Why are star performers so valuable to a business?Read Article
July 9th 2018
Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence Is Evolving
Are you looking to improve your recruitment strategy and win in the war for talent? Access the post-meeting review notes from CRF's workshop on resourcing to learn about the steps you can take to attract the people your organisations needs, how to select the most effective assessment tools, and how to link your resourcing strategy with your business strategy.Read Post Meeting Review
July 9th 2018
Executive Summary: Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving
Finding, developing and retaining the talent needed to execute strategy is a key business priority, and is an area where HR can make a substantial strategic contribution. Competition for top talent remains strong and companies are required to be more inventive in developing resourcing strategy. Access the executive summary of CRF's research - 'Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving' - to discover key findings and recommendations.Read Executive Summary