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UK industrial strategy

The UK government’s ‘Industrial Strategy’ for making the UK more competitive and the economy better-balanced essentially involves ways to increase R&D investment, and workers’ skills In particular, it covers five areas for productivity improvement – Ideas, People, Infrastructure, Places and Business environment Four “grand challenges” are also recognised: Artificial intelligence and machine learning Clean growth …

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Most plans go unseen or unused

The following is an extract from ‘Productivity Knowhow’ A good corporate plan is a punchy summary of where an organisation aims to be in five years’ time and, broadly, how it is to get there   Essentially, the plan should define the organisation’s ‘business model’ – how it will be better than its rivals and …

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Implementing plans requires stamina

A good corporate plan is a punchy summary of where an organisation aims to be in five years time, say, and broadly how it is to get there Essentially, the plan should define the organisation’s business model – how it will conduct its business, be better than its rivals and be harder to copy Good …

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