Terry Scuoler, chief executive of trade body EEF, believes that a fundamental problem at the moment is that many government departments are taking a "piecemeal and patchy" approach in their attempt to breathe new life into Britain's workplaces.
On top of this, Mr Scuoler called the current growth plan set out by the coalition as "nebulous" and that it has not been updated since March.
In order to sort out this problem, the business expert called on either David Cameron or his deputy to take up a chief executive role in a new cabinet committee which would then attempt to drive economic growth.
Mr Scuoler underlined: "This has got to be from the very top. What is more important? There is no God-given mandate that this great nation should decline economically against a raft of other competitive nations."
In another way to boost Britain's work scene, the Trades Union Congress recently stated that the rules set out regarding apprenticeship schemes need to be enforced and regulated more strictly.
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