Games Workshop have dispatched headhunters to find a new CEO to replace Mark Wells, who's been at the helm for the past 5 years.
I haven't had a call from them yet, but I still thought I'd do some prep so I can hit the ground running. My masterplan for "moving the business forward", as MBA types like to say, is to take GW's £11.1m profit from last year, and use it to buy the Dungeons & Dragons name and back catalogue. After that I will begin a major roll-out of B/X and AD&D rules and adventures, whilst at the same time cutting most of the current Warhammer lines. If, no, when this strategy succeeds, I shall begin a programme of recasting classic Citadel miniatures from the 80's. In keeping with the spirit of the company, I will keep GW's strict restricted toilet break policy for staff (oops sorry I mean colleagues) though.