Today's publication of an international guide to managing public sector fraud shows the UK driving its innovative work in this area not only at home but with its global partners.
Petra Wilton, Director of Strategy and External Affairs at the Chartered Management Institute gives her 5 things to do this autumn to improve your management skills.
How do you develop as a better manager? Menna Rawlings, HR Director at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, says the answers are nearer than you think.
With Mid-Year Reviews looming, Jo Sheppard a District Operations Manager in Jobcentre Plus in East London, offers 5 top tips for surviving the process.
Ursula Brennan discusses two fascinating insights she has had in the past fortnight into data science. The first was at the Operational Research Society's Annual Conference and the second was during a discussion with Permanent Secretaries.
Following the Scottish Referendum Sir Jeremy thanks civil servants for their commitment and hard work throughout this period and says that they must maintain a high level of focus and professionalism as discussions begin on further devolution.
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) wants managers to be the best they can be, so have developed the 'Management Matters' programme to help train up their staff.
The Department of Health's 6 people management commitments aim to increase people’s skills at managing staff and to ensure everyone has a good experience of being managed.
Three departments share how they have helped reduce the average working days lost to sickness in their teams.
Ursula Brennan, Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Justice, talks about her recent appearance at the Public Accounts Committee, and how contract management has changed across the Civil Service.
Merran Hilton and Verity Prime, job share partners at the Department for Education, share their tips for making a successful partnership.