The UK teetered on the edge of triple dip recession at the close of April – a parlous economic position which was accompanied by the usual political mud-slinging with added historical context given the death of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher earlie…
Debate over the national curriculum and drives to increase apprenticeship provision obfuscate a serious problem, finds Will Stirling; many young people are simply unemployable.
The first wins have been made in TM’s campaign to appoint one manufacturing leader to the governing board of a secondary school in every country in England and Wales.
Roberto Priolo, editor of Lean Management Journal, on creating impetus for change, with or without a burning platform.
After examining strategies to grow through new production processes and customisation in January, Peter Russell, head of RBS manufacturing and industrials, turns the spotlight to exploring growth opportunities through investing in three key areas of R&D, which can enable UK manufacturers to keep pace with their international competitors.