1. More about MPF

  2. Digital report 2014

  3. MPF Awards 2015


MPF introduced its Awards in 2002 to recognise the contribution of specific management disciplines. Awards fall under four priorities for management as perceived by clients: leadership and business strategy; supporting people; commerciality and client service; collaboration across the firm and with external stakeholders. Any professional firm or network, large or small, is eligible to enter the Awards.
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MPF membership has just two levels - 'Network' and 'Insight'. Membership, which is individual, renews on 1 July with a sliding scale of dues applying in the first year.
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2015 Awards – winners announced

This year’s MPF Award winners were announced at a gala dinner on 11 March - were your management team recognised publicly for its key contribution to the client experience?
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Free report into management attitudes towards digital and social tech

MPF, PM Forum and Elephant Creative suspected, in 2013, that although marketing ‘got’ social media, the same was not true of management, so organised a major survey into attitudes towards digital and social technologies. This year’s report aimed to find out if this major gap in sector knowledge was being filled.
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Thought Leadership Summit 2014

The inaugural Thought Leadership Summit, including the awarding of the first Laurie Young global prize for thought leadership, took place on 14 July in London. more on the event…


Firms tapping into the collective brains of their people report crowdsourcing to be a very helpful way to generate useful ideas and insights, whether for management considering strategic options or updating internal knowledge bases; clients looking for innovative solutions to business problems; or voluntary organisations supported by the firm...

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The pilot programme in London has confirmed that our members consider one of the most important benefits of MPF membership to be the opportunity to participate in Peer Groups due to the high value of the confidential insights, experiences and strategies shared.
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One of the MPF’s primary roles is the representation of management professionals at firms and the wider sector to government.

Since July 2011 the MPF is delighted to have been supporting a UK government advisory board, ‘Professional & Business Services Group’, that seeks input from the professions on improving the competitiveness of the UK.
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