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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January 10th 2019
Speed Read: Employee Health and Wellbeing - Whose Responsibility Is It?
Wellbeing at work has become increasingly important to business performance in recent years, with many organisations implementing or reviewing health and wellbeing strategies. This Speed Read summarises key concepts, ideas and recommendations from CRF's research report on employee health and wellbeing.Read Executive Summary
December 12th 2018
End of Year Review - 2018
In 2018, 1,750 HR professionals attended CRF-led events, with over 300 hours of learning delivered. Over 350 senior HR and business leaders joined us in Lisbon for our 10th International Conference and 500 participants attended CRF Learning programmes. Download our 2018 summary to find out more about our key deliverables from the past 12 months.Read Article
December 3rd 2018
Progress - Issue 6: HR Business Partner - 4 business critical things that you probably aren't doing
Within this sixth edition of our e-magazine - Progress - John Whelan, Director at Corporate Research Forum challenges HR Business Partners to test themselves on four business critical items.Read Article
October 14th 2016
Virtual & Augmented Reality
In his final presentation at CRF's 8th International Conference, Carsten took us through an exciting new world of virtual and augmented reality and how these new technologies will shape our future.View Presentation
October 14th 2016
Scenario Planning - What Should We Do?
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
In his opening presentations at CRF's 8th International Conference, Paul Schoemaker, wonders when was the last time you got fooled by the unexpected, when you just did not see the black swan coming or that gorilla walking by? Strategic thinkers tend to notice the unexpected sooner because they have a more prepared mind - we can too if we do scenario planning and develop a memory for the future. In this presentation we take a look at the planning process and the concept of scenario planning.View Presentation