December 5th 2017
2018 PARC Programme
Our 2018 PARC Programme sets out the topics we will be discussing in the coming year, all of which are relevant to the wider business agendas of members and the continuing success of their organisations.
The events on the agenda are:
- Economic Outlook - A view from Professor Arturo Bris, IMD Business School
- Governance - Where are we, how well are we doing, what should we do next?
- Health, Wellbeing and Benefits - Who is doing what, why and how much does it cost?
- Masterclass - Strategic Reward Skills
- Productivity - What's the problem and how to fix it?
- Members' Lunch - Brexit Update
- Roundtable Meeting - Pay issues, trends, obstacles and opportunities
- International Conference, Lisbon: Building and sustaining high-performance teams - Learning from Analogies
- 2019 Programme Launch and Keynote Address - Our Political Landscape
For full details on the events covered in 2018, as well as the associated speakers, please download the 2018 programme.
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