When did it become a normal part of a business leader’s job to be at the heart of public policy-making, pushing government to be more ambitious? And what, asks Matthew Gitsham from Ashridge Business School, does this mean for HR, L&D and OD?

When did it become a normal part of a business leader’s job to be at the heart of public policy-making, pushing government to be more ambitious? And what, asks Matthew Gitsham from Ashridge Business School, does this mean for HR, L&D and OD?

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