com)-- The Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), the fastest-growing network of HR and business professionals focused on people practices that make high-performance organizations unique, is pleased to announce that Kevin Martin has joined the company as Chief Research & Marketing Officer.
What does I4CP stand for?
I4CP stands for Institute for Corporate Productivity
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The Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)--the fastest growing and largest corporate network and research organization focused on high-performance workplaces--and ASTD have partnered in multiple studies on the latest trends in organizational learning.
The Institute for Corporate Productivity surveyed .
WORKPLACE THEFT is increasing as a result, in part, of the downturned economy, according to a recent Institute for Corporate Productivity study.
To identify what makes a high-performing company, a team from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) used the relevant business research to suggest the characteristics most associated with success.
New research by the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) found that high-performing organizations are three times more likely (42%) than low-performers (14%) to have their frontline leaders highly involved in leadership development.