Adam Gale

Editor

There’s little Adam likes more than a good conversation about business. It’s a good thing really, as MT's editor regularly chews the fat with CEOs, management gurus, academics and entrepreneurs. When he’s not chatting with Sir Martin Sorrell about his Latin O Level or musing about multitasking with Charles Handy, he’s more often than not found ‘deep diving’ into some data set or trying to figure out how to make his computer work. Occasionally covers tech, ironically.

Email: adam.gale@haymarket.com

Can a large corporation be "entrepreneurial"?

Can a large corporation be "entrepreneurial"?

A gentle riposte to delusional corporate values.

How to give feedback, 3G Capital style

How to give feedback, 3G Capital style

The north Europe MD of 3G's Kraft Heinz business shares three lessons for difficult conversations.

Should you "unleash your inner child" at work?

Should you "unleash your inner child" at work?

Playful attitudes and unfiltered conversation have their upsides, argues Rupert Pick.

A 5 step guide to better negotiation

A 5 step guide to better negotiation

It's a must-have business skill, says consultant Katherine Baker.

How a leader's role changes as the company grows

How a leader's role changes as the company grows

Running a business with 10 people doesn't automatically qualify you to run one employing 1,000, says Crowdcube CEO and co-founder Darren Westlake.

Do private equity backed companies make better returns?

Do private equity backed companies make better returns?

The private markets have grown enormously over the past 20 years, and it's not for nothing.

How to manage "creative people"

How to manage "creative people"

It doesn't have to be like herding cats, says advertising boss Nils Leonard.

Just how disruptive will Brexit be to UK supply chains?

Just how disruptive will Brexit be to UK supply chains?

A report by McKinsey reveals how firms can make themselves resilient in the face of long-term uncertainty.

The slow death of the plc

The slow death of the plc

Growing businesses are increasingly turning their backs on the public markets.

How many of the world's biggest companies are British?

How many of the world's biggest companies are British?

Size still matters - and only three nations have more top firms than the UK.