Paul Connolly, MCA Think Tank Director, argues that productivity should be an explicit part of managers’ remits and their training
Among the remedies proposed for the UK’s productivity crisis is good management. This may appear to be something to be filed under the heading ‘Glaringly Obvious’. But it isn’t. Rather, the UK’s management challenges are complex. They are a feature of our ongoing inability to balance the need for specialists and generalists in business life.