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Race and Ethnicity in the Management Pipeline.
Employers Are at Risk of Making Tech Savvy Managers Switch Off From Learning New Skills With Dated Digital Technology
The Middle Manager Lifeline
Slow Growth in Parents’ Awareness of Degree Apprenticeships Means Their Children May Be Missing Out
Young people’s views on the challenges of getting into work in 21st century Britain
Culture, ethics and conduct in financial services.
Connecting employers, further education and training providers.
One-third of annual reports paint an incomplete picture of business performance according to Reporting Human Capital findings
This is what the UK’s best companies for leadership and culture are prioritising right now
Our exclusive research with Glassdoor reveals the UK organisations with the highest-rated culture and leadership.
Human qualities such as emotional intelligence, intuition and collaboration will help our organisations thrive in the future.
CMI publishes a policy paper demonstrating the link between management apprenticeships and productivity.
Attitude is more important than aptitude, or so the saying goes.
Hack weeks are all about empowering your teams to make innovation happen. Could they work in your organisation?
What a week! So many people, of all ages, finding their path in life through apprenticeships. Yes, there are a few problems w
Almost three-quarters of UK-based managers told CMI they are feeling more prepared for Brexit than ever before
Decisions. We live and die by them.
CMI submits evidence to the Skills Commission’s call for evidence on the future of the skills system.
We witnessed the arrival of a new era for management and leadership at CMI’s 2019 President’s Dinner. Its characteristics?
Self-management. The Return of Pen and Paper. Digital Minimalism. Ideas That Are Big News in 2019.
CMI publishes its response to the BEIS Department’s Confidentiality Clauses consultation.
CMI submits evidence to the BEIS Departments on its proposals to reform Redundancy Protection.
‘The government must act on ftse gender stats’ says cmi’s ceo
CMI publishes its priorities ahead of the Government’s Autumn 2018 Budget.
CMI publishes its submission to the National Audit Office’s inquiry on the Apprenticeship Programme
Senior level women are paid 55% less than men in the same jobs
Degree apprenticeships attract a surge in support from parents.
CMI response to the proposal for a Professional and Business Services sector deal.
CMI publishes its evidence to the Automation and the Future of Work Select Committee Inquiry.
CMI submits evidence to the Government’s Business Productvitiy Review.
CMI publishes its 10 point plan to reform the Apprenticeship programme.
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CMI submits evidence to the Education Select Committee inquiry on the quality of Apprenticeships and Training.
UK managers are expecting a tough 2018, as the continued uncertainty surrounding Brexit knocks confidence in the workplace
A recent article from the times shined a spotlight on the seemingly perennial problem of low productivity facing uk plc
CMI response to the Prime Minister’s Corporate Governance Green Paper
Men 40% more likely than women to be promoted in management roles
Growing interest in employee ownership as an alternative to usual business models such as PLCs, LLPs and family businesses.