cover of book
 

Applying the Lessons of UK National Politics to Everyday Office Life: Learning from Cabinet Ministers and MPs
by Richard Willis
Sussex Academic Press, 2022
Paper: 978-1-84519-988-3 | eISBN: 978-1-78284-628-4
Library of Congress Classification JN318.W59 2019
Dewey Decimal Classification 351.41

ABOUT THIS BOOK | TOC
ABOUT THIS BOOK
This book engagingly presents an intriguing account of many of the principles of UK government politics and how these have an important bearing on everyday office life as experienced by the working population. Here is a fascinating account of the findings of two former Cabinet ministers—Lords Blunkett and Baker—who were interviewed by the author. The overriding aim is to analyze the nature of 'politicking' in central government and to apply the techniques and lessons of national politics to everyday office life. The author shows how Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair initially supposedly gave Baker and Blunkett considerable scope in introducing reform. He goes on to explain how the two peers give their critique on policy-making against a background which is of definite benefit to white collar office workers.

See other books on: 1947- | Learning | Legislators | Lessons | Political planning
See other titles from Sussex Academic Press
Nearby on shelf for Political institutions and public administration (Europe) / Great Britain: