From the Editor: About our new-look site

You've probably noticed that our website looks rather different. Let me explain.

by Matthew Gwyther
Last Updated: 02 Sep 2010
We've re-designed and re-organised our site to give it more of a community feel, and to make it easier for you to find the kind of information and practical advice that will make your working life easier (and, hopefully, a bit more fun).

As before, we'll still be bringing you our take on the biggest and best UK business stories of the day, in our News+ section. And we'll still be sending out our daily bulletin, which will continue to hit your inbox every lunchtime. But there are also three brand new sections:

How-to is your practical guide to doing business, with expert tips and advice on management. This section will incorporate all the content from MT's much-loved Brainfood section, plus various online-only features.

In Big Ideas, we'll be bringing you the latest and greatest management thinking. Powered by MT's long-running business books coverage (just about the most extensive around), we'll tell you all you need to know about the latest ground-breaking theories - and explain how you can use them to stay ahead of the game.

And in MT Break, we'll be focusing on the lighter side of business life – there’ll be caption competitions, polls, eye-catching stats, amusing quotes and our favourite links from the web. It's the perfect place to while away your afternoon tea break.

We've also got an all-new and improved Blogs site, where our select group of bloggers will be providing their distinctive perspectives on the world of work. There’ll also be some strong opinions on the stories making the headlines. (Incidentally, look out for our great new blogs on economics and sustainability in the coming weeks.)

We want MT online to be the home of business conversation - the premier place to talk about the theory and practice of doing business. But to do that, we'll need your help. Over the coming weeks and months we'll be introducing various new features. Let us know what you think of them, or if you think there’s anything we’re not doing and should be. And most of all, we want to hear your views on the biggest business stories and the brightest management thinking of the moment – either by commenting on the site or by emailing us at editorial@managementtoday.com.

In other words, we want this to be your site as much as ours. Here's to a bigger, better ManagementToday.co.uk.

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