Patrick M. Wright 3 February 2017

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Business Relevant HR: Positioning, Prioritising, and Performing

In his presentation at Developing a Business Relevant HR Function workshop, Pat Wright proposed a new approach to 'business relevant HR'. What is the new model about? It's about positioning the HR function, prioritising the challenges HR works on based on the business need, and delivering actual value to the business.

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9 February 2017

Post-Meeting Review Notes: Developing a Business Relevant HR Function

These post-meeting review notes summarise thoughts and ideas expressed during CRF's member meetings on the topic of 'Developing a Business Relevant HR Function', held in London on 31 January 2017 and Brussels on 2 February 2017. If you have missed one of the meetings, these notes will provide you with a quick review and breakdown of ideas.

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3 February 2017

Case Study: CERN

In his presentation at CRF's workshop on 2 February, James Purvis, Head of HR at CERN explored the difference between a 'strategy' and a 'model' - is HR confused between the two? What should HR leaders be thinking about when thinking about HR strategy and where is HR going wrong? Find out from this case study.

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3 February 2017

Case Study: Standard Life

In this short presentation from Standard Life, Sandy Begbie, Chief People Officer, explores the purpose of HR and how it has changed in the recent years.

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3 February 2017

Case Study: John Lewis Partnership

In this short presentation from John Lewis, Harriet Hounsell takes us through the key points of what makes HR successful within John Lewis Partnership and how HR is able to contribute to business success.

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3 February 2017

How Can Evidence-Based Thinking Help Us Evaluate Performance?

In his presentation from CRF's workshop - Developing a Business Relevant HR Function - Phil Rosenzweig asks two very important questions for HR: - Do we know high performance when we see it? - What shapes our thinking about high performance? Through media-based and experimental findings, Phil challenges the understanding behind evidence-based management and the 'bumps' along the way we should be aware of when making business decisions.

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3 February 2017

Creating a Business Focused HR Function

In this presentation from our event, Developing a Business Relevant HR Function, Professor Nick Holley explores the value of HR in business and the importance of organisational context and capability development.

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