Research and analysis

UKCES Futures Programme evaluation: leadership and entrepreneurship in small firms

UKCES evaluation report for the UK Futures Programme Productivity Challenge: Developing leadership and entrepreneurship in small firms through local anchor institutions.

Documents

Evaluation of UK Futures Programme: Final report on Productivity Challenge 5 - Developing leadership and entrepreneurship skills in small firms through anchor institutions

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Unlocking the community chest: Developing leadership and entrepreneurship through local anchor institutions

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These documents present the final reporting on the UK Futures Programme’s Productivity Challenge which investigated how anchor institutions could develop leadership and entrepreneurship skills in small firms in their locality.

The first briefing paper is an evaluation of the Productivity Challenge, highlighting what worked and what worked less well in encouraging small firm engagement and success in leadership development and learning for anchor institutions in how they might replicate good practice and learn from these experiences.

The second document is a brochure summarising the eight projects that made up the challenge, which were led by: Causeway Enterprise Agency, Northern Ireland; Inverness College UHI; Regional Learning Partnership – South West & Central Wales; Newcastle University Business School; University of Sunderland; Teesside University; Doncaster Council; and St Helens Chamber Ltd.

Published 5 August 2016