February 23rd 2015
Compendium of CRF research – 2015
Within this compendium of CRF research, we present the executive summaries from a selection of some of our research work in 2015. These summaries aim to provide a flavour to the issues we explore, the rigour of our work and the focus on practical recommendations in our studies.
The topics covered in this 2015 edition of our compendium of CRF research include:
• Employee Health and Wellbeing – whose responsibility is it?
• Coaching – Business Essential or Management Fad?
• Emerging Approaches to Organisation Design
• Planning for Succession in Changing Times
• Developing an Effective HR Strategy
These executive summaries contain an outline of the main points, key concepts and recommendations on each subject. If you are interested in discussing membership to CRF or receiving a full copy of one of the reports in this compendium of CRF research, please contact Richard Hargreaves on email@example.com.
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