The CMI's policy submissions to Government departments are based on the latest research and surveys among our membership, and thereby represent the views of practicing managers across the UK. These formal contributions complement our ongoing engagement with policy makers and support our aim of keeping management and leadership at the forefront of the public policy agenda.
CMI’s brief response to the government’s green paper welcomes the Prime Minister’s recognition that “business must earn and keep the trust and confidence of their customers, employees and the wider public”.
Today the world puts huge emphasis on performance and demands more skills than ever before. Yet far too many managers need more guidance and support to tackle their challenging roles – none more so than Members of Parliament.
Supported by CMI, the APPGM exists to help develop closer understanding between politicians, business leaders and senior public sector managers.
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.