Complimentary HR & Talent Research Reports

The Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) produces some of the most respected HR, talent and business research available, and is frequently quoted in publications including HR Executive and the Wall Street Journal. While most i4cp research is exclusive to member organizations, select reports, white papers and executive thinksheets are available below on a preview basis.

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Thought leader John Boudreau outlines the two things CHROs aren't thinking about--but should be--when it comes to their role in strategy execution and planning.
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Thought leader Amy Kates outlines the four things Chief HR Officers aren't thinking about--but should be--when it comes to organizational change.
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Marshall Goldsmith weighs in on the most effective elements of global leadership development.
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The executive summary to this popular report.
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Discover the nine keys to effective performance management.
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This i4cp/AMA report outlines practices HR must implement to develop and maintain a customer-focused workforce.
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This white paper summarizes key findings from the ATD/i4cp report that looks at the role of organizational learning in change management.
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i4cp CEO and founder of SumTotal Systems Kevin Oakes shares his views on the future of technology.
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Lisa Emerson, VP of Global Total Compensation for McDonald's, weighs in on the future of total rewards.
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Bill Price, former VP of Global Customer Service at Amazon, shares his views on how HR can make their organizations more customer-focused.
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Stanford University professor Dr. Jeffrey Pfeffer discusses key considerations involved in creating a culture of agility that can capitalize on change.
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A model for increasing organizational performance by up to 3x.
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Get a free, abridged copy of this research report, which looks at how HR will play a large role in creating and shaping the new analytical workforce
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Top practices that correlate with market performance.
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Prime areas of focus that can, if addressed well, result in the greatest boost to organizational performance.
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Findings from the i4cp/Human Resource Executive study.

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