Marks & Spencer has won the MORI / PA Consulting Group's Sundridge Park Management Centre 'Quality of Management Award'. The award is given to the British company which Britain's captains of industry, city institutions and business journalists perceive as having the most impressive quality of management for future development, according to MORI survey findings.
The British public is becoming increasingly concerned about the role of technology in society, according to the 1997 MORI
Socioconsult study, a socio-cultural monitor which interprets people's values and attitudes in the context of social change.
MORI interviewed 1,001 adults aged 18+ in the street in 65 parliamentary constituencies across London between 6-10 March for BBC Newsroom Southeast and GLR (Greater London Radio).
Every year MORI surveys UK 'captains of industry' - chairmen, directors and chief executives - for their views on the economy and prospects for the future. This year the Scottish Council Foundation has commissioned MORI Scotland to conduct the same survey with Scottish 'captains of industry'.
ICL reports on international attitudes to technology
If there were a referendum on whether or not the Elgin Marbles should be returned to Greece or remain in the British Museum, the British public say that they would vote to return them to Greece, by a margin of more than two to one, according to a new MORI poll carried out for Regent Productions.
Only three in ten British people (31 per cent) know what an ISA is, according to a new MORI survey commissioned by Royal London Insurance.
A survey from MORI on behalf of Smythe Dorward Lambert, the consultancy that puts people at the heart of business change, reveals that, while employees approve of the values of their organisation, they do not trust their leaders.
12 December 1998
Q1 Do you personally fall into any of these categories of people?