Petra Wilton, Director of Strategy, Chartered Management Institute, lays bare the risks of poor management to the UK's productivity.

In this article for the New Statesman, Petra Wilton, Director of Strategy at CMI, confronts the issue of poor management and explains how it presents serious risks to the UK’s productivity. She illustrates how developing home-grown talent will enable the UK to be more competitive and equip businesses to effectively meet the considerable new economic and employment challenges post-Brexit. She continues on to describe why management apprenticeships are an ideal way for businesses to grow and develop the skilled managers they need to heighten productivity and how the Apprenticeship Levy is an investment opportunity for organisations across the UK. 

You can read the article in full here.