Europe Publications

2016

  1. Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Focus on Employee Engagement

    This publication explores hot topics within employee engagement research by providing actionable summaries of contemporary literature.

    (Human Capital in Review, May 2016)

  2. Conference Board Economics Watch® European View

    Euro Area growth and inflation remain subdued, triggering more monetary stimulus. Special topic: How have adjustments helped the Eurozone periphery gain competitiveness, and do we see reform fatigue?

    (Economics Watch Reports, April 2016)

  3. 25 Truths about Executive Coaching

    What’s the right coaching philosophy for your organization? Coaching isn’t one-size-fits-all. Companies should pick and choose among the latest tools and techniques for what fits their culture and their people.

    (Conference KeyNotes, April 2016)

  4. China Center Quick Note: China, the WTO, and the "Market Economy Status" Debate

    Has China become a market economy?

    (China Center Publications, April 2016)

  5. China ResearchGraphic: Labor Strife in China -- Anticipating Stress Points, Preparing to Respond

    As China's economic slowdown deepens and associated volatilities increase, labor unrest is on the rise. Data collected by China Labor Bulletin, a Hong Kong-based NGO, shows that the number of labor strikes has increased dramatically over the past three years.

    (China Center Publications, April 2016)

  6. China ResearchGraphic - Income, Consumption, and Savings in China: Now and in 2025

    How will disposable income and consumption evolve for Chinese households?

    (China Center Publications, April 2016)

  7. 25 Truths about Customer Experience

    Both consumer-facing and B2B companies can offer stellar customer service by being the best place to work, creating exceptional experiences, and having a customer-first culture.

    (Conference KeyNotes, April 2016)

  8. Help Wanted: What Looming Labor Shortages Mean for Your Business - CHRO Implications

    Hiring and retaining talent are becoming more difficult as labor shortages hit across industries and regions, leading to higher wages, lower profits, and headaches for CHROs.

    (Key Business Issues, April 2016)

  9. Help Wanted: What Looming Labor Shortages Mean for Your Business - CEO Implications

    New sources of labor should be top of mind for CEOs as they contemplate protracted labor shortages. These shortages will hit most industries, pinching profits and prolonging the economic slowdown.

    (Key Business Issues, April 2016)

  10. Help Wanted: What Looming Labor Shortages Mean for Your Business

    A prolonged labor shortage looms over many industries in the United States and across the globe, threatening hiring, retention, and profits, but few companies are prepared to deal with it.

    (Key Business Issues, April 2016)