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Management Today spring 2021 magazine: View here

Subscribers can download a digital version of our latest issue, featuring GameStop, the return to...

How to compete with Amazon

Bookshop.org's rapid growth has led to an earlier-than-anticipated UK expansion.

Do Myers-Briggs tests actually work?

The personality profiles are widely used by HR departments the world over, but psychologists aren’t...

"One of the biggest faults of the European ecosystem is founders sell out ...

Management Today meets Perlego founder Gauthier Van Malderen.

How CEOs can improve sales

“Hitting those sales targets no longer sits with sales teams, instead it should start and...

Tony Soprano & how leaders get trapped in bubbles

Beware people telling you what you want to hear, say the MD of Merryck &...

Micro-breaks improve performance

Managers should take a more relaxed approach to tired team members, according to a study....

How to work with someone you don’t get on with

One minute briefing: Professional mediator Clive Lewis provides his top tips for navigating conflict with...

The most powerful thing you can say as a leader is "I don’t ...

Q&A: Moneypenny’s Joanna Swash on empowerment, M&A and the future of work.

How Marcia Kilgore's Beauty Pie is disrupting cosmetics

Profile: Will the serial entrepreneur's canny subscriptions model and proven business magic win over initially...

3 women leaders who show that difference is strength

On one day I saw empathy, humility and determination.

When team building backfires

Research suggests that mandatory bonding can have the opposite effect.

Rory Cellan-Jones: Why are you always on your phone?

Workplace Evolution podcast: The Always On author and BBC correspondent on the moment Stephen Hawking...

How iwoca became the UK’s fastest-growing fintech

“It’s been the craziest time of my whole life,” says CEO Christoph Rieche.

How to communicate changes to customers

The failed launch of the European Super League serves as a reminder in the importance...

Ranked: Britain's most admired supermarkets

The top nine companies in the food and personal retail sector - as judged by...

How CEOs can embed themselves in their business without micromanaging

One minute briefing: Toluna CEO Frederic-Charles Petit believes leaders should understand the internal dynamics of...

"To be reliant on what the government does or doesn’t do would be ...

The director of EU Automation, Jonathan Wilkins, on riding out the pandemic, Brexit and how...

"What I learned leading one of America's great turnarounds"

Interview: The former CEO of Best Buy, Hubert Joly, on self-inflicted problems, fish rotting from...

The rise of the contingent workforce

Even before Covid, highly motivated, highly talented professionals - and their employers - were gravitating...

How this dynamic pricing start-up surged during lockdown

AI firm Quicklizard’s CEO Pini Mandel pivoted to make the most of the acceleration of...

Reflecting on 'the leader you want to be’ can make you a better ...

A study suggests prospective leaders should spend a few minutes a day pondering their potential....

IR35: How the new rules are impacting businesses

Management Today finds out how five firms are reacting to the changes to off-payroll rules....

The worst leadership traits, according to your staff

Almost half of workers have left jobs due to bad leadership.

“Be persistent but not annoying”: How to get your products listed with big ...

Founder Andy Sutton got his luxury cat furniture start-up Catipilla stocked by Pets at Home...

How to craft your elevator pitch

Sell yourself quickly - online and off.

Why offering staff a week off work won't fix burnout

LinkedIn’s burnout bandage is a good treatment, but the only real cure is to give...

Bias, more bias & what you can do about it

Setting aside your preconceptions - and challenging others' - can open the door to a...

GameStop & the end of capitalism as we know it

Long read: The story of how a motley crew of internet forum users caught Wall...

How to stop the office return causing conflict

Professional mediator Clive Lewis on oppressive cultures, being sincere and the importance of convincing, not...

Where I get my best ideas: Upside down

Disruptive Technologies' Pippa Boothman is an expert at turning problems on their head - literally....

This speech recognition tech knows when you're angry

AI firm Speechmatics has had one of the best years in its history, says "accidental"...

5 CEO tips for horizon scanning

Management Today asked leaders how they keep an eye open for business opportunities - and...

Beware of all-women groups and other lessons my first manager taught me

The leader that made me: comms founder Anna King on her first ‘proper’ boss.

How Astrid & Miyu gave virtual sales a personal touch

Shuttered shops inspired a waist-up approach to fashion, says the jewellery brand founder Connie Nam....

Beyond platforms: The next generation of digital business models

Interaction field companies solve bigger problems than conventional platform ecosystems.

What will a hybrid workplace mean for managers?

A few reflections from Management Today's return to the newsroom.

How to manage ‘work from anywhere’ teams

There are things you can do to improve motivation and camaraderie.

Are people more productive at home or are they just working longer hours? ...

In lockdown and beyond managers will need to know how to spot burnout.

How I pivoted to a direct-to-consumer model

As health consciousness increased because of Covid-19, so did the demand for kombucha. But with...

Recruitment hacks: How to find a diamond in the rough

Management Today’s panel of leaders share their tips for finding non-obvious talent.

How I negotiated a senior job share

“Job sharing saved my career because I would have otherwise given it up out of...

Howard Davies: "Reopening will be rather like starting again"

NatWest Group's chairman ponders post-Brexit trade, business support and the perfect interlude to a Zoom...

My boss told me to 'suck up the stress' - and I listened ...

The leader that made me: Daryl Woodhouse’s workaholic tendencies eventually caught up with him.

How to go viral on TikTok

Little Moons' mochi balls are a social media sensation. Here's what you can learn about...

In Conversation with Sandie Okoro

Leaders aren't born or made, they are found, says the SVP and general counsel for...

What the office reception tells you about a leader

You can learn a lot about culture from watching people come and go, not least...

The science of Zoom fatigue

In case you missed it: Why video calls are so exhausting.

Co-op’s ethical message creates a rod for its own back

The mutual presents an example of what happens when decision making comes counter to stated...

Ranked: Britain's most admired banks

This is the top ten in the banking sector as judged by their fiercest critics...

6 CEOs to follow for inspiration

In need of some motivation? Management Today’s panel of leaders has put forward the CEOs...

3 ways the pandemic proved me wrong about my leadership

Briefing: Brother UK’s MD Phil Jones discusses how the last year challenged him.

A one-minute guide to getting promoted while working from home

You can't always control the process, but there are things you can do to put...

The most important thing you need to do as a new boss

Executive briefing: Anglo American CEO Mark Cutifani talks cultural change.

How White leaders can talk about race

Drawing on their experiences of microaggressions, two Black leaders share advice for White peers about...

“If you're feeling like you're an impostor, it's because you probably are”

Stop telling women they have impostor syndrome says entrepreneur, author and business coach Angelica Malin....

Should you add clients as friends on social media?

While it is possible to like a selfie too far, Monumental Marketing’s CEO Jamie Love...

How to handle negativity in business

Don’t let one bad apple spoil the bunch, says one leader.