Only one in eight managers is 'bad'

A new study suggests that British management might not be as poor as you'd think.

by Stephen Jones

It’s easy to get the impression that UK plc has a management problem.

Links are regularly and quite reasonably drawn between sub-par productivity levels and poor management; study the business pages meanwhile and you'll see swathes of stories of bosses stepping down, mistreating employees or failing to deliver on their targets. 

However a soon-to-be-published study may offer some relief. 

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