Productive Alternatives to Boris Johnson’s Cheesy Vision of Homeworking
Posted by Stephen Wood in School of Business Blog on May 17, 2022
Hybrid working solves the trade-off of home versus office working, with benefits for both employees and employers, writes ULSB’s Professor Stephen Wood.
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Differentiating High-Involvement Management from High-Performance Work Systems: Why it Matters for UK Productivity
Posted by Chris Grocott in School of Business Blog on July 17, 2020
Professor Stephen Wood argues that focusing on management practices that involve workers in workplace decisions could be the answer to the UK’s productivity crisis. Increasing attention is being given to better management as part of the solution to Britain’s languishing productivity problem. Successive governments have attempted to increase productivity through programmes designed […]
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