March 19th 2019

International Conference: Speed, Productivity & Agility – Essentials for Tomorrow’s Disruptive Business Environment – Programme

The 11th CRF International Conference will take place at Sofia Hotel, Barcelona and explores the topics of speed, productivity and agility. We will look at how these factors can be harnessed to differentiate your organisational performance in today's disruptive business environment.

This brochure includes the agenda for 7th, 8th and 9th October and biographies for our speakers; Amy Gallo, Amy Kates, Gerry Ledford, Professor Nuria Mas, Joseph Perfetti, Martin Reeves and Professor John Weeks.

Non-members are welcome to join us in Barcelona, for a cost of £1,500 + VAT.

Accommodation costs for all attendees is £250 + VAT per night and we recommend a two-night stay - Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th October.

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