EDUCATION FOR GROWTH: NECESSARY BUT NOT SUFFICIENT?. KEN MAYHEW SKOPE. PRODUCTIVITY, GROWTH, EDUCATION AND SKILLS.
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Mark Fisher, chief executive of the Sector Skills Development Agency, 2006.
Growth and the LEVEL of education and training
Growth and the RATE OF CHANGE of education and training
Germany and the UK – one fifth of the gap
France and the UK – one eighth
USA and the UK – almost none
“To move forward, the Government will have to
lose its current fixation with boosting the supply
of skills and integrate the promotion of productive
people management within all public bodies
offering organisations advice and support on
learning and skills and business development,
including management skills training with a major
people management component.
(CIPD, 2006: 29).
- the number of characteristics
- frequent changes of characteristics