Kate Magee

Editor

Kate Magee is the editor of Management Today. She joined from Campaign, where she spent seven years as the magazine's associate editor, overseeing its long-form content. Prior to this, she was associate editor at PRWeek.

The leader who quit on her first day - and 7 other noteworthy tales

The leader who quit on her first day - and 7 other noteworthy tales

Who quit their job on their first day? And 7 other interesting stories you might have missed in November.

MT Intelligence: How to build a resilient supply chain
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MT Intelligence: How to build a resilient supply chain

MT's latest Intelligence report looks at how companies can build resilient supply chains.

Major companies back initiative to get 25 female CEOs in FTSE 100

Major companies back initiative to get 25 female CEOs in FTSE 100

25x25 campaign aims to boost female representation at the most senior levels of business.

Management Today’s new DE&I Leadership Awards are now open for entry

Management Today’s new DE&I Leadership Awards are now open for entry

MT's awards scheme will recognise companies and individuals who are leading the way in the field of diversity, equity and inclusion.

MT's 35 Women Under 35 - open for entries

MT's 35 Women Under 35 - open for entries

Previous winners of Management Today's list of rising female stars include Martha Lane Fox, Karen Blackett and Sarah Willingham.

Which one of these 6 superhero leaders are you?

Which one of these 6 superhero leaders are you?

If you secretly think being a great leader is a super power, Be the Business agrees. Take its test to discover your leader alter ego.

Why Scottish Widows thinks boards need to "get comfortable with being uncomfortable"

Why Scottish Widows thinks boards need to "get comfortable with being uncomfortable"

The major pension provider is planning to tell the largest companies in which it invests to improve their cognitive diversity. Here's why ending groupthink matters.

More women on boards, but not in the roles with real power

More women on boards, but not in the roles with real power

A tick box exercise? The number of women on boards has risen to a record high, but they are not holding executive positions, says a new report on the FTSE 350.

Are female leaders judged more harshly?

Are female leaders judged more harshly?

Long read: MT investigates whether women at the top are given a fair shot, or if innate biases still limit their success.

MT's Autumn 2021 magazine is out now

MT's Autumn 2021 magazine is out now

Plus a hello from the new editor Kate Magee.