November 20th 2013

HR’s Contribution to Creativity & Innovation – interview with William Pasmore, CCL

Following the publication of our research report, ‘HR’s Contribution to Creativity and Innovation’, report co-author William Pasmore (Organizational Practice Leader, Center for Creative Leadership) discusses HR’s role in creativity and innovation and provides some examples of where companies have fostered an organisation culture embedded in these two important areas.

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November 19th 2012

International Conference in Athens: Creativity & Innovation - interview with Antonio Davila, IESE

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November 19th 2013

Creativity and Innovation - CRF Member Survey Findings

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November 8th 2013

Executive Summary: HR's Contribution to Creativity and Innovation

Building on our 2012 International Conference in Athens, this executive summary of our full research paper explores the particular contribution that HR professionals can make to develop an organisation culture that supports creativity and innovation. It also features findings from a recent CRF member survey, determining the HR function’s active involvement in the support of creativity and innovation within organisations.

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