Forget growth, that's so 2010-15. The latest word to energise the government is productivity. Anything that improves it is good, anything that doesn't, forget it.
There's not a great deal of difference, but the emphasis is slightly more on getting more out of existing resources than increasing resources.
If you're pitching for government money, it's time to perform a Ctrl+H and substitute 'productivity' for 'growth'. It will probably still make sense.
For those of you playing 'Budget Bingo' get your pens ready for 'Productivity'. It is the dynamo driving growth, wages and living standards. It is important to boost what we get out from the work we put in. This helps support growth in wages, critical to enhancing living standards for everyone. We hope the Chancellor announces a strategy from the Government to increase productivity. Our budget submission set out our plan for boosting productivity. We have five steps for business and government to work together. We must support growing companies and develop the skills and talents of tomorrow. On a larger scale, we have to improve our infrastructure and encourage innovation. And globally we must bolster our exports.