December 3rd 2018
Progress – Issue 6 (Full Edition)
The sixth edition of of our e-magazine - Progress - takes a look at the number of topics including the future of work, building high-performing teams, the value of HR analytics and the skills required to succeed in a top HR role.
It includes contributions from Michael Wade, Professor of innovation & Strategy at IMD Business School; Mike Rosenberg, Associate Professor, Strategic Management Department at IESE Business School; Ina Toegel, Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change at IMD Business School; Dave Millner, Founder at HRCurator; John Whelan, Director at Corporate Research Forum; and Gillian Pillans, Research Director at Corporate Research Forum.
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