Reference number
  • CEP
  • 1940-1995
  • Collection
  • This collection consists mainly of printed material issued by companies and other organisations relating to their employment and business practices.
  • 14 boxes (13 [MSS.311], 1 [702])
Admin history
  • The British Institute of Management was founded as an independent body in 1947 on the recommendation of the Baillieu Committee set up by the Board of Trade and concerned with the raising of standards of management in Britain. It amalgamated with the Institution of Industrial Managers in 1992 to form the Institute of Management, which changed its name to the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) in 2002.
    Reference: A Marsh, 'Concise Encyclopedia of Industrial Relations' ('Farnborough. Gower. 1979).
  • The collection has been weeded for duplicates
Access status
  • Open
Related Material
  • The main archive of the British Institute of Management is held by the Open University. Other BIM material held here is with the TUC, CBI and BPC collections.
  • Management--Great Britain
  • Manpower policy