In the fifth UKCES/LLAKES Masterclass Professor Alex Bryson of the National Institute of Social and Economic Research will explore what the productivity slowdown has meant for UK managers. Touching on five themes: managerial practices, innovation at the workplace, worker wellbeing, wages and the role of social dialogue and policy, Professor Bryson will explore how managers should response the new challenges posed by lower productivity.
Please arrive by 11.45am for registration and refreshments, the session will begin at 12 noon.
Alex Bryson is Professor of Quantitative Social Science at UCL’s Department of Social Science. He is also a Visiting Research Fellow at IZA, Rutgers and at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research where he was previously Head of the Employment Group. Prior to that he was Research Director at the Policy Studies Institute where he has worked for nineteen years.
The session will be held at:
Church House Conference Centre
Great Smith Street