August 15th 2016
CRF Prague: Czech Republic – An Industrial Powerhouse in Central Europe
In running-up to our 8th International Conference this year, CRF has collaborated with The Economist Intelligence Unit to bring you an economic overview of the Czech Republic. This comprehensive article looks at the Czech economy, the reasons behind its remarkable economic growth over the last couple of years and predictions for future economic development. We would urge all conference attendees and those interested in European economy to read the article.
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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.Listen to Podcast
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CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: Tackling the Workforce Crisis with Julia Howes
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October 15th 2015
CRF 7th International Conference 2015: 5-7 October, Vienna – highlights
The CRF International Conference has become an established date in the diaries of senior executives who focus on the way people add value to their organisations. Here are some of the highlights from the conference which convened 400 senior HR practitioners and business leaders from across a wide-range of international organisations including: AstraZeneca; British Airways; BT Group; Hilton Worldwide; Jaguar Land Rover; Lloyds Banking Group; Nando’s; PayPal; PZ Cussons; SABMiller; Shell; Sky; Thomson Reuters; Unilever and Vodafone.Watch Video
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CRF 7th International Conference 2015: 5-7 October, Vienna - Key messages
This video provides an overview of the key messages from the presentations of our 2015 conference keynote speakers.Watch Video