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Management Today is Britain’s leading business magazine with a circulation of 90,000 senior businessmen and women every month.

Management Today is Britain’s leading business magazine with a

circulation of 90,000 senior businessmen and women every month.



Every independent readership survey produced since 1966 has shown

Management Today to be the most widely read business magazine in

Britain. Its readership spans decision-makers across all industry

sectors and is a regular read for both captains of industry and

management alike.



As the rate of change in many aspects of business and management

continues to accelerate, more UK managers now recognise that nobody can

afford to be a passive observer and change must be viewed as an

opportunity rather than a threat.



A critical ingredient that enables good managers to capitalise on change

is the ability to understand what is going on beyond their immediate

sphere of operation. Since it was first published in 1966, Management

Today has consistently sought to broaden the understanding and vision of

Britain’s managers. This is achieved by looking critically at individual

managers and their businesses to enable readers of Management Today to

consider practices different from their own; by examining current

management thinking and techniques; by addressing salient issues and

trends; and by contemplating the vicissitudes of working life. By

providing a forum for debate on how best to manage, Management Today

promotes effectiveness, efficiency and social responsibility in

management. It aims to be the voice of creative management today.



To achieve these goals, Management Today needs to produce editorial that

is accessible, readable and enjoyable. By using only the best business

writers, the best illustrators and photographers, Management Today

provides the colour, depth and wit that has earned it by far the highest

readership of any magazine among businessmen and women in Britain.