Robert Heller (journalist)

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Robert Heller (10 June 1932 – 28 August 2012) was a British management journalist, management consultant, author of a series of management books, and the founding editor of Management Today.


Born in London, Heller attended Christ's Hospital in the Sussex countryside, served in the Royal Army Service Corps, and then attended Jesus College, Cambridge, where he was awarded a double first in history.[1]

In 1955 Heller started to work for the Financial Times, where in 1958 he was made US correspondent. In 1963 he moved to become business editor of The Observer.[1]

In 1966 Heller was founding editor of Management Today, a monthly business magazine published by Haymarket Publishing, where he worked for two decades. Here he started a second career as a writer of business books.[1]


Heller wrote about 80 management books. A selection:

  • 1972. The Naked Manager
  • 1998. Essential Manager's Manual
  • 1999. Achieving Excellence
  • 2002. Manager's Handbook


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