April 1st 2020

Post Meeting Notes - Spring Lecture: Bringing Down the Walls in Social Mobility

On 31st March 2020, CRF hosted members at our annual Spring Lecture, held this year as a Zoom Interactive Event. Professor of Finance Arturo Bris, Director of the IMD World Competitiveness Center, led a discussion of financial, economic, technological, and social development in the context of global competitiveness.

  • Tags
  • Coronavirus
  • Crisis Management
  • Generational Issues
  • Economics & Society
  • Technology
  • Social Mobility
  • Competitive Strategy
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October 11th 2019

Global Economic Outlook - competing for talent

In our first speaker session, Nuria shared the latest news about the global economic outlook. In a word, it’s worrying. The outlook is worsening – growth is slowing all around the globe, and growth projections have declined over the past year for virtually all advanced economies, and emerging ones too. Although emerging economies (especially India) are still growing, growth is slightly less robust than previously forecast; in advanced economies, growth is best described as anaemic, and some economies are already teetering on the brink of technical recession. This is especially true in the UK, where Brexit has already had a negative impact on growth.

  • Tags
  • Economics & Society
  • Agility
  • Productivity
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January 12th 2018

HR Directors' Briefing Paper: Facing Disruption

Are you worried about potential disruption within your business field and how it might affect the future of your organisation? Perhaps, you have identified some disruptors already and need effective strategies to prepare your business? In this paper we highlight some new or newish trends that may significantly influence your business and suggest some coping mechanisms to ensure that both HR and the overall business can survive in the face of new challenges.

  • Tags
  • Disruption
  • Disruptive Innovation
  • Economics & Society
  • Risk
  • Talent Management
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