Adam Gale

Editor

On the simplest level, Adam's job is to learn what makes a great company, and then bring that to life in stories that reflect the vivid cut and thrust of business leadership. If there's one lesson Management Today's editor has picked up from the hundreds of conversations he's had to that end with chief executives, founders and scholars, it's that acting is generally more effective when preceded by thinking.

Email: adam.gale@haymarket.com

Why Larry and Sergey were smart to step back

Why Larry and Sergey were smart to step back

Google's founders hand over the reins to Sundar Pichai.

How to win a price war

How to win a price war

Podcast: When your competitor slashes prices, resist the temptation to match them, says MIT's Jonathan Byrnes.

The 10 top-selling business books

The 10 top-selling business books

Organised minds, Soviet negotiation techniques and Simon Sinek feature in this month's top reads.

"It's not porn" - sex video entrepreneur Cindy Gallop

"It's not porn" - sex video entrepreneur Cindy Gallop

The ex-advertising big shot is trying to create an entirely new business category, social sex.

A smart leader's guide to idiots

A smart leader's guide to idiots

Why intelligent people do stupid things (short version).

Podcast: 3 ways data is ruining management

Podcast: 3 ways data is ruining management

Too much information can be a dangerous thing, argues MIT's Jonathan Byrnes.

11 career-ending personality traits

11 career-ending personality traits

And what you can do about them.

Leadership 101: Mastering the risk matrix

Leadership 101: Mastering the risk matrix

Preparing for all eventualities gives you the confidence to grow, says Vanarama founder Andy Alderson.

Mind-expanding books for CEOs

Mind-expanding books for CEOs

Pete Trainor, CEO of VALA Health, shares a reading list to make you future-fit.

Andrea Leadsom: 5 reasons British business will be stronger after Brexit

Andrea Leadsom: 5 reasons British business will be stronger after Brexit

Exclusive: The business secretary sets out the Tories' pitch to business.