This report forms part of the CIPD’s programme of research exploring how findings from behavioural science are influencing the HR and learning and development (L&D) profession.
This Research Insight, the first in a series three reports published in February 2014, explores how learning can be informed by neuroscience.
This Research Insight, the second in a series three reports published in February 2014, addresses cognition, decision-making and the role of expertise and professional judgement.
This Research Insight, the last in a series three reports published in February 2014, addresses intuition and insight, linking them to the behaviours of creativity and innovation.
This survey report provides a snapshot of how much social media and technology have taken hold in the world of work, and looks into why we use social technology for business and what benefits we see.
This CIPD research report reviews existing literature on the opportunities that social media opens up for employee voice. It also includes suggestions on how employees can be encouraged to express their voice through social media.
This CIPD research report provides an overview of the pros and cons of traditional learning theories and encourages practitioners to explore newer models from neuroscience, cognitive research and behavioural science.
This CIPD report discusses the value of soft skills and makes the business case for putting them at the heart of an organisation's learning and development agenda.