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The HR Doctor: Easy Way Outosis

By Nick Holley 13th May 2019

The HR Doctor series takes a tongue-in-cheek look at some of the common misconceptions, misdiagnoses and diseases that commonly afflict the HR function. They reflect our experience of working in and with HR over the last 25 years. Over the weeks ahead, we’d urge you to honestly diagnose yourself: are you showing any of the symptoms? Should you be applying the cure?

Responsible Business - How can HR Drive the Agenda?

By Carmen von Rohr 7th May 2019

On 10th September, CRF's Masterclass and research report will explore HR's relationship with the Responsible Business agenda. Read our latest blog for an introduction to the issues and to take part in the research.

The HR Doctor: Dominance Pathology

By Nick Holley 29th April 2019

The HR Doctor series takes a tongue-in-cheek look at some of the common misconceptions, misdiagnoses and diseases that commonly afflict the HR function. They reflect our experience of working in and with HR over the last 25 years. Over the weeks ahead, we’d urge you to honestly diagnose yourself: are you showing any of the symptoms? Should you be applying the cure?

Peak Performance: When Agile Meets Reward

By Christopher Johnson, Shanthi Naresh & Mark McGowan 29th April 2019

According to author Thomas Friedman, we’re living in the age of accelerations. And as executives grapple with disruption in their particular niche, they are heralding agility as a must-have trait. What emerged strongly in Mercer’s 2019 Global Talent Trends Study is that C-suite executives believe their businesses need to be innovative and nimble to win in such a dynamic environment, a measure against which they believe they are making progress: 30% of executives describe their organization as change-agile, up from 18% in 2018.