Let's share the secrets of sustainable success

Baron, Angelo
September 2009
People Management;9/24/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p35
The article offers information on the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's Shaping the Future project. The project was launched in 2008 and aims to change the mindset of how organizations achieve sustainable success that is driven by people. Seven organizations agreed to work with the project by engaging in change initiatives of their own. Focal themes of the project include engagement, leadership, and organisation development. The research findings will be available at www.cipd.co.uk/shapingthefuture.


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