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The Guardian: Bad managers on brilliant pay: that's why the UK's not working

London School of Economics professor John Van Reenen has tracked the impact of managers since 2004. He says the first 18 years of his world management survey "confirmed a significant link between management practices and productivity", suggesting that up to a third of the productivity gap between countries, and between companies in a country like the UK, could be attributed to management.

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