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Management and Leadership

Includes public sector management, and operations and production, as well as general management and leadership.

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Winning Ideas: The Management Articles of the Year 2015

Management Articles of the Year is an annual competition open to academic researchers affiliated to a UK university.

The business of people: the significance of social science over the next decade

This report looks at the backdrop to the UK elections taking place in May 2015 to argue that we need to invest in science and innovation – not just for the sake of ‘UK plc’ and prospects for growth and economic recovery, but to inform debate and policymaking on migration, housing, devolution of power within the UK, and the UK’s position in Europe.

Winning Ideas: The Management Articles of the Year 2015

Management Articles of the Year is an annual competition open to academic researchers affiliated to a UK university.

Management Book of the Year 2015 winners

Britain's best management book is named - read about the five winning books and authors in the 2015 Management Book of the Year.

British Hallmarking Council: triennial review

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A triennial review is published for the British Hallmarking Council, investigating its quality of governance and determining whether it should continue as a Non-Departmental Public Body.

Business focus on enforcement: registering your interest in running a review

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A paper invites trade associations and groups of businesses to register interest in performing reviews of regulation and enforcement in their sector.

Epistemic objects in collective decision-making: a practice perspective on the use of causal maps as situated material artifacts

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This paper makes a contribution to the gap in the strategy as practice literature on how epistemic objects are used in managerial strategy work.

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