Chief Research Officer, Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)
Why is Kevin speaking at WorkHuman?
A top-rated speaker from WorkHuman, Kevin Martin, will present findings from a recent study on what makes up productive and purposeful collaboration.
Kevin Martin is chief research officer at the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) and also serves as executive sponsor of i4cp’s distinguished Chief HR Officer Board. Kevin has been recognized as a “Top 100 HR Influencer to Follow on Twitter” by Witty Parrot and a “Top 100 HR Influencer” by HR Examiner.
A highly sought-after speaker on all aspects of human resources and talent management, Kevin has overseen the production of hundreds of research assets pertaining to best practices in human capital management (HCM), and has extensive experience in global HCM. His team’s work is frequently cited in leading business and industry media, including the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Bloomberg, Harvard Business Review, and Forbes.
Outside of work, Kevin serves on the advisory board for the University of Dayton’s School of Business Administration. A passionate mentor, Kevin also dedicated 20 years to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Massachusetts, first as Big Brother for eight years, then as a board member for 10 years, including two years as board chair. In 2006, Kevin was honored as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’s “Big Brother of the Year.” Kevin earned an MBA from Boston University and a bachelor of science in business administration from the University of Dayton. He resides in Massachusetts with his wife Laura and their three sons.
Ground-breaking research from i4cp and professor Rob Cross (of HBR cover story, “Collaborative Overload”) reveals how high-performance organizations collaborate more effectively than lower-performing organizations, and invest in building environments and leader capabilities that support and enable healthy and productive collaboration. The key insight from this study is that productive collaboration requires purposeful collaboration. You will […]