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UKCES Futures Programme evaluation: management and leadership in supply chains

UKCES evaluation report for the UK Futures Programme management and leadership in supply chains and networked organisations productivity challenge. This was the UK Futures Programme's second challenge.

Documents

Evaluation of UK Futures Programme: Final Report on Productivity Challenge 2: Management and Leadership in Supply Chains and Networked Organisations

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Evaluation of the UK Futures Programme: Good to Gold (Robert Woodhead) case study

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Evaluation of the UK Futures Programme: Supply Chain Sustainability School (Action Sustainability) case study

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Evaluation of UK Futures Programme: The Jaguar Land Rover Suppliers High Performance Working Project

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Strengthening the links in the chain: Management and leadership in supply chains and networked organisations

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Details

These briefing papers comprise the final evaluation reports on the second productivity challenge of the UK Futures Programme (UKFP). This challenge was targeted at “prime” supply chain leading businesses in the manufacturing, construction, legal and accounting, and financial services sectors.

The first briefing paper is an evaluation of the seven successful projects that UKCES invested in. These projects were led by Action Sustainability, Black Country Consortium, the Civil Engineering Contractors Association, Jaguar Land Rover, the Legal Aid Practitioners Group, Robert Woodhead, and the University of Chester.

The second briefing paper is a detailed case study of Good to Gold, the project led by Robert Woodhead, a construction company.

The third briefing paper is a detailed case study of the Supply Chain Sustainability School, the project led by Action Sustainability, a training consultancy.

The fourth briefing paper is a detailed case study of the High Performance Working project, led by Jaguar Land Rover.

The fifth document is a brochure summarising the results and outputs from all the projects. It also highlights lessons for other employers draw from these projects.

Published 3 March 2016
Last updated 17 August 2016 + show all updates
  1. Added case study for Jaguar Land Rover
  2. First published.