Andrew Saunders

Deputy Editor

Andrew Saunders is the former Deputy Editor of Management Today.

Saunders has interviewed just about everyone who is anyone, from entrepreneurs including Richard Branson, Paul Drayson and James Dyson to captains of industry like Unilever's Paul Polman and the "sleep is for wimps" former CEO of Thomas Cook Harriet Green.

Business remains his abiding professional interest, from disruptive tech start-ups channeling their Silicon Valley heroes to artisan makers, and from old school corporate giants busy reinventing themselves to the leaderless, digital "virtual organisations" of tomorrow.

Figuring out exactly how they all work, what makes their founders, leaders and employees tick, is what gets him out of bed in the morning.

Follow him on Twitter @andymsaunders

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How an Aussie tennis player turned around this famous British brand

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