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

The death of management

The death of management

Only 9 per cent of employees want to be a manager. What happened?

"I'd lie awake, thinking we were going to lose the whole thing"

"I'd lie awake, thinking we were going to lose the whole thing"

Breaking ground on Insights Group's new HQ would have been an exciting moment, were it not for the timing - September 2008 - says CEO Andy Lothian.

What would a no deal Brexit actually look like? Part I

What would a no deal Brexit actually look like? Part I

It would be hard to avoid a recession, but it wouldn't be like 2008-9, says Nina Skero, chief economist at the Centre for Economic and Business Research.

10 top business podcasts

10 top business podcasts

Love learning, hate reading? Listen on.

How General Eisenhower can liberate you from to-do list tyranny

How General Eisenhower can liberate you from to-do list tyranny

The US President's decision matrix is an essential weapon in your productivity arsenal.

Sometimes the best leadership experiences aren't the ones you were looking for

Sometimes the best leadership experiences aren't the ones you were looking for

Citrix CTO Christian Reilly says professional curiosity led him down some unexpected paths.

How quantum mechanics will change business, in 4 minutes

How quantum mechanics will change business, in 4 minutes

It's baffled physicists and non-physicists alike for 100 years, but quantum is no longer just a theory.

Does the rise of fintech spell the death of the City?

Does the rise of fintech spell the death of the City?

A swarm of start-ups is circling the big banks, threatening to tear traditional finance apart. But they may not be as disruptive as they think.

Is Donald Trump an authentic leader?

Is Donald Trump an authentic leader?

Psychologist Fiona Beddoes-Jones argues that there's more to authenticity than just doing or saying whatever you feel like.

Can a large corporation be "entrepreneurial"?

Can a large corporation be "entrepreneurial"?

A gentle riposte to delusional corporate values.