The management agenda 2013

The management agenda 2013
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Boury, Dilip; Dan, Lucy; Sinclair, Annette
Roffey Park Institute
Date of publication
1 February 2013
The Roffey Park Management Agenda
Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
Business and management
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Now in its 16th year, Roffey Park’s The management agenda is a major survey that helps organisations understand what to expect in the year ahead. Regularly featured in newspapers and professional journals, the research is widely recognised as one of the most important and reliable indicators of emerging workplace trends in the UK. Based on the views of 1,460 managers and directors, the 2013 report contains four sections:

  • The external environment
  • The organisation
  • People and performance management
  • The individual.

This research has a very wide appeal - from board members to OD consultants to line managers. It can help with business decisions, people management strategies, OD, and change initiatives, among other things.

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