September 7th 2016

Why do most change projects crash-land?

In this interview with Stephen Carver, we take a look at why most change project fail and what we can do about it. We also touch on the skills HR leaders need to be more effective at managing change.

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October 11th 2019

2019 International Conference Retrospective

What will differentiate the successful organisations of tomorrow and how should they be preparing to get a head start? By taking a multi-faceted view of the drivers of organisation performance, we will challenge delegates to be radical and imaginative in developing strategies to execute the personal and organisational transformations essential for business continuity. The 2019 conference retrospective encapsulates all of the topics discussed over the course of the conference and provides additional resources including speaker slides, further reading and much more.

  • Tags
  • Agility
  • Productivity
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October 11th 2019

PSI - The impact of Emotional Intelligence in the workplace

PSI’s masterclass started by inviting attendees to consider the extent to which agile is being adopted within organisations. Then, using the concept of emotional intelligence, PSI led delegates in an exploration of how mindset can create an agile climate and decrease defensive behaviours. Through an interactive workshop based on a specific work challenge, delegates explored how people need to feel and what beliefs they need to hold in order to be more flexible, adaptable and innovative. The session showed delegates how their organisations can create a journey to agile ways of working – changing how work is done, and leading others to lasting mindset change.

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  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Agility
  • Productivity
  • Leadership
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February 6th 2019

Case Notes Compendium – Designing Adaptable Organisations for Tomorrow's Challenges

Well-executed organisation design strategy can provide a competitive advantage to any business, especially in the current fast-moving business environment. How are other businesses responding to the challenges of organisation design in the face of the digital economy and challenges associated with it? Find out from this compendium of case studies.

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  • Agility
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • Digital
  • Emerging Markets
  • HR Models
  • Managing Organisations
  • Organisation Design
  • Organisation Development
  • Reorganisation
  • Restructuring
  • Strategic Reward
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May 4th 2018

CRF Research Breakfast: Perspectives on HR Technology

On the morning of 26th April 2018, CRF hosted a discussion breakfast on the future of HR Technology at the Bird & Bird offices, facilitated by Karen Ward and David Creelman. This discussion was designed to inform CRF’s upcoming research report on HR Technology, scheduled for release in Spring 2019. Members can download the post-event summary to learn about some of the current realities and the future concerns of HR professionals closely involved with the selection and use of HR technology in their organisation.

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  • HR Technology
  • Machine Learning
  • Organisation Development
  • Security & Privacy
  • Talent Management
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September 7th 2016

Building an Organisation that Thrives with Change

In this interview with Nick Holley, Director of CRF Learning, we explore the role of HR in change management and how business leaders can build an organisations that thrives with change, rather than crumbles under pressures that change brings.

  • Tags
  • Decision Making
  • Delegation
  • Leading Teams
  • Managing People
  • Organisation Development
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September 16th 2016

Post-Meeting Review Notes: Planning and Delivering Successful Change Programmes

Why do majority of change programmes crash-land? Our workshop in London summarised the reasons behind failure and the ways HR professionals and business leaders can ensure success of major change programmes. This document summarises the key take-aways from the seminar.

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  • Organisation Development
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