The UK is facing an unprecedented productivity crisis
The UK has now suffered four consecutive quarters of productivity decline after a flat decade
Lost value for each large UK corporate (250 or more staff) each year
Potential value added to the UK economy through firms raising their productivity by 10 per cent
We know what works
Improving leadership and management
Increasing tech adoption
Sharing best practice
We’ve worked with companies from around the UK to help them capture opportunities.
A Siemens business mentor re-united our family firm behind the same vision
With the third generation at family firm Carrs Pasties not finding things straightforward, mentoring turned out to be the experience-based support needed.
There’s lots to be learnt from businesses outside your sector
When Sally Ainsley realised her Productivity through People course was full of manufacturing sector firms she did wonder if there was any value taking part.
A networking culture helped substitute competition for community
Turning an underperforming business round is never easy, but Steven Hawke is using the help of people running similar firms to make the challenge easier.
Britain's leading businesses are coming together to lead this campaign in a number of ways
We work in partnership with business to achieve scale of impact and share the best practice that already exists in the UK.
Take the lead
Lead our movement in new ways through your company's innovation and unique capabilities
Participate with peers
Help us scale our successful programmes by offering your resources and expertise
Support the campaign
Though cash or in kind contributions
Case study: Lloyds Bank
David Oldfield, group director and CEO of Commercial Banking at Lloyds Banking Group, explains why the organisation has decided to support Be the Business and its mission.
Contact Be the Business today to find out how your organisation could support our better leadership for a better decade mission.