November 19th 2013
Creativity and Innovation – CRF Member Survey
For our November 2013 meeting, a survey of CRF members was conducted to determine the level of HR involvement in activities designed to create a culture that would support creativity and innovation in their organisations. This paper details the questions asked and areas covered.
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