Ex-BusinessWeek biz writer starts management blog for Washington Post
Jena McGregor, a former business journalist at BusinessWeek who left when it was sold last year to Bloomberg, has started writing a blog about management issues for the Washington Post.
PostLeadership, according to the first post, will “examine our world through the leadership lens. Each day, Jena McGregor, BusinessWeek’s former editor for management and leadership issues, will question matters of authority by canvassing the news and offering commentary from a leadership point of view. We’ll look across sectors–from business and politics to sports and nonprofits–with a special focus on Washington-centric topics. In addition, PostLeadership will be your source for smart new research, books, articles and thinkers on the subject of leadership.
“We hope you’ll join the conversation, sharing your opinions, ideas and disagreements. This should be a forum for debate and discussion, but also for learning, and we hope you’ll respect others’ perspectives.”
Read more here. Prior to BusinessWeek, McGregor was an associate editor at Fast Company. She was also with SmartMoney, where she held numerous positions, including staff writer and staff reporter.