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June 20th 2019
HR Leaders' Discussion Paper - No Mere Tinkering with Innovation
This discussion paper accompanies our event, HR Leader's Disucssion Forum - Innovation: Thriving in a World Where Everything Can be Copied, with Howard Yu and Jialu Shan. This paper covers the innovation topics that will be discussed, including how successful companies prepare, how to embrace disruptors and how to manage commitments.
CRF International Conference - Accommodation Booking Form
For International conference attendees, we have secured a CRF rate at the Sofia Hotel for £250 + VAT per night. We recommend a two night stay (Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th October). In order to secure your accommodation, please complete the booking form and return using the "Send to CRF" button, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For any other conference related queries, please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com.
Post Meeting Notes - Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Work, Communicate & Behave
These Post Meeting Notes summarise the key points from CRF's 2019 Summer Lecture, Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Communicate, Work and Behave. Rahaf Harfoush, Digital Anthropologist explains the five forces which influence our behaviour in relation to digital culture.
Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Communicate, Work & Behave Presentation
In this presentation, Rahaf Harfoush explores the impacts of the digital age, taken from CRF's 2019 Summer Lecture. What are the five forces which influence our behaviour in relation to digital culture? Are we holding ourselves accountable for the impacts of our technology?
HR Leader's Discussion Forum - Innovation: Thriving in a World where Everything can be Copied
This event document contains information regarding our upcoming HR Leader's Discussion Forum in Brussels. The event is for HR Directors and Senior Leader's, by invitation only, where we will be joined by Professor Howard Yu to duscuss
CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: Agile HR: Sky UK Case Study with Tracey Waters
Tracey Waters, Head of People Engagement and Development at Sky UK, discusses how her team have deployed agile development techniques to transform their working methods and increase the business impact of learning and development. Tracey describes four behaviours that underpin Sky’s approach: being collaborative, iterative, data-driven and person-centric. We discuss some practical lessons learned from implementing agile.
CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: Agile HR: What, How and Why? with Natal Dank
Natal Dank, who leads the global Agile HR Community, discusses how HR is going agile. Many HR teams are adopting agile development methods to increase effectiveness, improve collaboration, and become more business and customer-focused. We explore the skills and mindsets needed to implement agile in HR, and the pitfalls to avoid.
CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World with Nick Morgan
Face-to-face communication is becoming rarer in the modern workplace, with ever more interactions taking place virtually. However, research shows that virtual communication is much less effective, and it’s hard to build trust that’s essential to effective relationships at work. In conversation with Nick Morgan, author of Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World, we discuss the pitfalls, how to improve virtual communication, and the role HR policies can play.
Speed Read: Talent on the Move: Time for a Rethink?
With the emergence of Global Talent Management, there has been a growing interest in the effectiveness of the usage of talent globally. What are the current challenges and what are the expected options for moving people in the future?