Management practices: the impact on company performance
Nicholas Bloom (),
Tom Rippin and
John van Reenen ()
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There are wide and persistent differences in productivity across firms and countries. A new CEP study - conducted jointly with McKinsey & Company - uses a pioneering approach to measure management practices and assess their importance in driving these variations in economic performance.
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Published in Centrepiece, June, 2005, 10(2), pp. 2-6. ISSN: 1362-3761
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