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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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The moral DNA of performance

This research published by Chartered Management Institute and MoralDNA™ and based on results from over 2,500 UK managers from public and private sector organisations shows that higher scores for managers’ ethics are linked to higher organisational performance across 11 key indicators, including management effectiveness, customer satisfaction and employee engagement.

The moral DNA of performance

This research published by Chartered Management Institute and MoralDNA™ and based on results from over 2,500 UK managers from public and private sector organisations shows that higher scores for managers’ ethics are linked to higher organisational performance across 11 key indicators, including management effectiveness, customer satisfaction and employee engagement.

Labour and the new localism: perspectives on a new English deal

This collection of contributions from Labour MPs and Councillors Graham Allen, Clive Betts, Roberta Blackman-Woods, Lyn Brown, John Healey, Richard Leese, John Merry, Lib Peck, Doug Taylor, Andy Sawford, and Keith Wakefield looks at the role of localism in the future of local government and the delivery of local public services in England & Wales.

Building the future: women in construction

This report, with chapters by a range of academic and other experts, examines the evidence about the employment of women in the UK construction industry.

The enhanced voluntary code of conduct for executive search firms: Davies review accreditation

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An enhanced code of conduct is provided for executive search firms to promote greater gender diversity in recruitment processes.

Management 2020: leadership to unlock long-term growth - summary

In 2013, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Management (APPGM) decided to investigate how management and leadership in the UK will need to change by 2020 to deliver sustainable economic growth.

Management 2020: leadership to unlock long-term growth

In 2013, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Management (APPGM) decided to investigate how management and leadership in the UK will need to change by 2020 to deliver sustainable economic growth.

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