Industry Leadership Groups Review
28 Jul 2020 10:46 AM
A range of Industry Leadership Groups (ILGs) have been established over time, with different governance, structures, and funding but intended to deliver a common set of aims. This review was initiated to understand the activities of each ILG, their key outputs and how they can increase their impact.
This review was initiated to understand the activities of each ILG, their key outputs and how they can increase their impact, particularly working with companies ‘outside’ the system.
Aim The review aimed to deliver:
- an agreed set of principles setting the context for ILGs moving forward.
- a consistent and coherent strategic framework for the government’s approach to support for established and emerging sectors or industries.
- the respective leadership roles for government and ILGs and their members.
Approach The main sources of evidence were interviews with representatives of the Industry Leadership Groups, information submitted from government and agency officials, and analysis undertaken by the Enterprise and Skills Analytical Unit.
Structure Following the evidence gathering and consultation phase, this report identifies four key themes: governance; achievements and measurement; communication and engagement; and opportunity. The conclusions of these themes are broadly applicable to current ILGs, groups which are being established now, the Government’s approach to sectoral engagement in future, and the ambition and expectations of ILGs.
Industry Leadership Groups Review 44 page PDF, 716.0 kB