More businesses invest in senior management

Half
of all organisations have a strategy to develop senior managers, according to a
survey.

The
report, Managing Best Practice, The Regular Benchmark, claims that senior
management strategies are most common within the utilities sector, on 77 per
cent. The report finds they are least common in the public, voluntary and
manufacturing sectors, on 27 per cent.

While
half of the companies questioned by The Industrial Society say that they have a
senior management strategy, 23 per cent say that they do not. Of the
respondents to the survey, 24 per cent say that their organisation is
developing a strategy.

The
report was answered by nearly 300 HR specialists during November last year. www.indsoc.co.uk

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