September 14th 2017
Masterclass Perspectives: Improving Organisational Performance
Have you missed CRF's masterclass on organisational performance improvement? Catch up on all content from the day by reading our masterclass perspectives.
These post-meeting review notes summarise the talks delivered by our keynote speakers, including:
- The key ingredients of performance improvement - Mike Haffenden
- What do we mean by performance? - Dr. Rebecca Homkes
- How could performance discussions contribute more to improving performance? - Wendy Hirsh
- Reward trends - David Wreford
- Recent research on performance management: Does anything work? - Gerry Ledford
- Case Study: Jaguar Land Rover
CRF members can also access accompanying presentations from the day in the Research & Resources section on the CRF website.
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