7 September 2011

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Exploring EBHR & Its Implications for How We Work

Wendy explores how evidence-based thinking can help us improve HR practices.

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10 March 2017

Post-Meeting Review Notes: Thriving in Complex Systems

We are living in an age of complexity, with multiple, unrelated factors coming together in unpredictable ways to create situations where old solutions no longer work – they demand new ways of thinking, behaving and organising. CRF's masterclass on 8 March 2017 set out to discuss the factors leading to this complexity and how to deal with it, becoming aware of the traps we can fall into, and building the capability to lead in new ways. Doing this in practice was illustrated through two case study organisations, Tesco and BP.

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10 March 2017

HR Modernisation - BP Case Study

In this case study from BP, Lucy Knight looks ath the HR modernisation programme at BP. The case study addresses the pressures from the external environment (oil price, changing context, demographic changes, technology) and why the programme was undertaken, implications for line manager accountability, lessons along the way and the value being delivered to the business.

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10 March 2017

Building Capability: Outcomes for Leadership, Talent & Culture

This case study from Jane Storm, explores how Tesco responded to the external challenges in terms of their organisational model, leadership and finally HR. The case study looks at the “black art” of organisation design, what this has meant in practical terms and explores the implications for the capability of the HR function and the people in it.

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7 September 2011

How do we already use evidence?

It is obvious that HR managers use evidence all the time. However, what we know little about are the types, quantity and quality of evidence used to make decisions in organisations. The purpose of this exercise is to reflect on this in relation to your own use of evidence around a specific decision.

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7 September 2011

Priorities for Improving Our Use of Evidence, Questionnaire

This questionnaire will help you assess the current capability of your organisation to adopt an evidence based approach to HR.

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16 August 2011

Evidence-based HR: From Fads to Facts?

Compiled from desk research, a CRF survey and many interviews with HR leaders, experts and academics, this report examines in depth what evidence-based HR (EBHR) is – and is not. What is meant by evidence is discussed, along with how EBHR connects to measurement evaluation and diagnosis in HR.

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