Theresa May’s foreword for The Parliamentary Review focuses on four ‘grand challenges’: “harnessing artificial intelligence and the data revolution; leading in changes to the future of mobility; meeting the challenges of our ageing society; and driving ahead the revolution in clean growth.” Many of the organisations who appear alongside her in the publication build on these challenges and shed light on some more unique ones. The end result is a fascinatingly diverse publication with a huge range of voices.
Having been established in 2008, now Lean Education and Development Limited successfully utilise both apprenticeship frameworks and the new apprenticeship standards to help and support businesses in developing their organisational cultures through the continuous professional development of all their employees. Manager Director Maxine Jones tells The Parliamentary Review how she orchestrated a management buyout in April 2016 and explains how they have since implemented a flat organisational structure that maximises productivity.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of The Parliamentary Review, David Curry, its chief editor has already said that organisation from across the country would be “well advised to keep an eye on representatives on this year’s Review” promising one the most insightful documents to date.
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”
Lean Education and Development’s article can be viewed here: