In 1966, Management Today took the publishing world by storm, combining hard-hitting editorial with innovative design. We haven’t looked back since.
Online, in print and in our popular live events, MT is where the men and women who shape British business go to think. It’s a practical guide to business success, centred around seven carefully selected streams:
Conversations with the men and women at the very top of Britain’s corporate life. These are the people who are shaping the here and now - Leadership Matters is where you go to find out what they think and what makes them tick. It’s also where you go to get advice from the best, to fine tune your management skills, and analysis of the latest leadership trends.
We all want to be loved and admired, but crisis and scandal can affect the best of businesses. How do you react? How do you prevent it? How do you set a good example? Management Today keeps a close eye on corporate reputations to help you answer those questions, cutting through the corporate speak and trickery in the process, but paying compliments where they’re due.
Whether you’re your own boss or just wish you were, you’ll find our Entrepreneurs stream brimming full of innovative profiles and helpful advice to SMEs of all flavours. Read how the most promising start-ups and successful entrepreneurs identified their markets, overcame their challenges and built their businesses from the ground up.
This where you can meet the inspiring business women who are busy shattering the glass ceiling. Packed full of advice and profiles from these successful business people, it keeps an eye on the lingering forces of chauvinism, while looking forward to a positive but realistic vision of what business should be like.
The business world is evolving fast. As the workplace and marketplace alike change in ways that could never have been predicted even a few years ago, firms must adapt or die. Management Today unpicks the secrets of the disrupters, unlocks the strategies of the disrupted and keeps an eye on the trends of tomorrow.
You want to get ahead in life. This is where you can learn secrets of success from those who’ve already climbed to the top of the greasy pole. Packed full of practical advice and provocative insight, it focuses on the skills, decisions and strategies you need to get you where you deserve to be.
Sometimes you just like something but you don't know where to put it. Any other business is where you find out-of-the-box features and curiosities (don't know the origin of the word 'agile'? Neither did we...), including our long running satirical column, Smoke and Mirrors.
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