Research reports

Research reports offer in-depth analysis and commentary on current management and development issues, with real-life case studies to help formulate and influence strategy and practice within your organisation. Find out about our current research.

Looking for an older report no longer on the website? The full-text of all our research publications and surveys from 1999 onwards is available to CIPD members from our HR and L&D database.

 

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Creating an enabling future for carers in the workplace

Explores the growing trend of carers within the workplace and the need for employers to recognise this increase and it's impact on both the employer and employee. Produced in partnership with Westfield Health.

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    From steady state to ready state: a need for fresh thinking in learning and talent development?

     September 2012

    Provides an overview of traditional learning models and introduces newer models from neuroscience, cognitive research and behavioural science.

     
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    Neuroscience in action: applying insight to L&D practice

     November 2014

    Explores how findings from behavioural science are influencing the learning and development (L&D) and HR profession. Based on case studies.

     
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    Industrial strategy and the future of skills policy

     February 2014

    The Research Insight, produced for the CIPD by the Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance (SKOPE), explores the relationship between economic performance and skills and argues that an integrated strategy is essential to build a sustainable industrial strategy.

     
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    The School for Health Care Radicals: what impact has it had?

     January 2016

    Presents findings from a research project carried out on the School for Health and Care Radicals (SHCR) by CIPD researchers to evaluate the impact of the school on participants’ effectiveness as change agents.

     
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    Our minds at work: developing the behavioural science of HR

     November 2014

    Looks at the wider applications of behavioural science insights into how our minds work and their direct relevance to key HR issues, such as recruitment, people management, learning and development and organisational change.

     
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    Developing the next generation

     June 2015

    Explores how best to develop the next generation to meet business and learner needs and highlights a range of considerations for HR and L&D professionals and business leaders.

     
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    L&D: evolving roles, enhancing skills

     April 2015

    Conducted in partnership with Towards Maturity, this research explores how L&D roles and responsibilities are changing and how we are building L&D skills and capabilities. Includes case studies from six organisations.

     
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    L&D: new challenges, new approaches

     December 2014

    Aims to help L&D practitioners consider how they can best respond to changes in the external environment to improve the effectiveness of their learning practice, and in turn enhance organisational performance.

     
 
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