The IRF Announces 2017 Research Release Schedule

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The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) is pleased to announce its full schedule of monthly research releases for 2017. From long-range incentive industry trends to cutting-edge scientific analysis of human response to rewards, IRF’s research will highlight the power and changing design of incentive and motivational programs.

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With the IRF’s research focused on advancing the science of incentives, we have an impactful year planned.

The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) is pleased to announce its full schedule of monthly research releases for 2017. The research and analysis presented by the IRF in 2017 will address a wide range of issues and offer relevant information to a myriad of audiences. From long-range incentive industry trends to cutting-edge scientific analysis of human response to rewards, IRF’s research will highlight the power and changing design of incentive and motivational programs.

“With the IRF’s research focused on advancing the science of incentives, we have an impactful year planned,” said Janet Traphagen, IRF Chair and President, Creative Group. “We look forward to releasing many of our reports at industry events, including Incentive Live in January, the MeetWell event in March, and the Reward and Recognition Expo in April. We are especially proud to introduce research at IRF’s 2017 events, the 24th Annual IRF Education Invitational in June and the new IRF Fall Forum in September.”

The IRF will release the following research studies in 2017:

IRF 2017 Trends Study (January)
IRF 2017 Pulse Study (February)
Wellness in Meetings and Incentive Travel (March)
The Practical Application of Behavioral Economics to Incentives and Recognition (April)
The Extended Science of Behavioral Economics and its Application to Incentives and Recognition (May)
Adjusting Perspectives Regarding Disruptions in Meetings and Incentives (June)
Mitigating Risk in Modern Meetings and Incentives (July)
10 Things Top-Performing Businesses Do Differently in Incentives and Reward Programs (August)
Designing for Successes: Effective Design Patterns for Employee, Sales, and Channel Programs (September)
IRF 2018 Pulse Study (October)
The Neuroscience of Noncash Awards (November)
The Neuroscience Award Presentation (December)

“I’m proud that the IRF is meeting our mission with this robust research agenda,” Sandra Daniel, IRF Immediate Past Chair and President and CEO, FIRE Light Group. “As the organization continues to move forward with our Vision 2020, we see tremendous advances in the quantity, quality, and variety of our research.”

“Thanks to the industry’s support of the IRF’s research, we have a tremendous research pipeline,” added Melissa VanDyke, IRF President. “Throughout 2016 and heading into 2017, the IRF has been working on 25 studies in various stages. I’m excited to see the impact this research will have on incentive rewards programs in businesses and industry in 2017.”

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About the IRF:
The Incentive Research Foundation (TheIRF.org) funds and promotes research to advance the science and enhance the awareness and appropriate application of motivation and incentives in business and industry globally. The goal is to increase the understanding, effective use and resultant benefits of incentives to businesses that currently use incentives and others interested in improved performance.

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