CIHRM offers companies ways to work with key faculty and students in the University of Cambridge, and to be the first to learn about critical research findings in the field, and to shape research agendas that are rigorous and relevant.
Our primary aim is to help strengthen your company's global competitiveness through world-class human resource practices. Our forums and workshops highlight key best practice and innovative breakthroughs from leading organisations, and are guided by your priorities and concerns.
As part of the Global Human Resources Research Alliance study, CIHRM has already worked with global companies such as Rolls Royce, British Telecom, Shell, General Electric, IBM, Coca Cola, Samsung, and Unilever, examining best practice and key themes in global human resource management. Find out more »
The benefits of partnership with CIHRM include:
- Executive Education
Through its access to the latest theoretical and practical applications, CIHRM delivers bespoke and open programmes on a full range of HR and organisational development and change issues. We cover a wide spectrum of skills and levels of development, and use an innovative mix of class-based and experiential learning to develop managers and executives. Find out more »
Designed to provide a high-level forum for business leaders to discuss, in confidence, the major people issues facing their organisation and to create and integrate knowledge from the wealth of experience embodied in the room, the roundtable series will provide not only practical, expert people management content, but also excellent networking opportunities for business leaders.
- Annual Lecture
A prestigious event, featuring a world-renowned HR thought-leader speaking on a major people management topic.
- Seminar Series
CIHRM organises regular seminars, hosted by thought-leaders who present groundbreaking research and best practice applications. The seminars last typically for a morning or in some cases, for a day.
CIHRM's faculty offer consultancy support to corporate partners to assist with the transition from 'concept to action'.