October 17th 2016
An Uncertain World – Interview with Dr. Margaret Heffernan
In this short video from our 8th International Conference in Prague, we ask our Chairman - Margaret Heffernan - about her impressions and discuss the increasing rate of change the business are facing, as well as how organisations can better prepare for the future in a climate of increasing uncertainty.
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August 3rd 2018
CRF 2018 International Conference: Pre-conference masterclasses
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July 18th 2018
HR Directors' Discussion Paper: Is It Time to Reboot Your Approach to Communication and Evaluation?
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October 14th 2016
Virtual & Augmented Reality
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October 14th 2016
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In his final presentation from CRF's 8th International Conference, Paul Schoemaker gives us tips on how we can learn from others, improve our peripheral vision and learn from mistakes. All to help us be more prepared for the future.View Presentation
October 13th 2016
Scenario Planning - Overview
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