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

Is this Britain's most successful digital transformation?

Is this Britain's most successful digital transformation?

Publisher Reed Elsevier, now RELX, embraced the possibilities of the web 25 years ago. Now it's worth £32bn.

"After 6 months in the office we had no deals. I had to decide to stick to our plan or retreat."

"After 6 months in the office we had no deals. I had to decide to stick to our plan or retreat."

How do you know when to cut your losses on a major investment? Make sure you have the right data, says Condeco's Paul Statham.

The biggest apprenticeship mistakes and how to fix them

The biggest apprenticeship mistakes and how to fix them

You get out of an apprenticeship programme what you put in, as Brother UK's Phil Jones discovered.

"I stood for four hours by the toilet on the plane to Delhi. Someone had to have a contact."

"I stood for four hours by the toilet on the plane to Delhi. Someone had to have a contact."

Debbie Williamson needed to meet hundreds of artisanal suppliers for her furniture business Swoon, but the best manufacturers didn't have websites.

"Brexit is stealing the energy needed to make our economy more competitive"

"Brexit is stealing the energy needed to make our economy more competitive"

The CBI's director-general Carolyn Fairbairn, on the dangers of a no-deal Brexit, making the industrial strategy work and why UK plc has many reasons for optimism.

Should you promote on experience or potential?

Should you promote on experience or potential?

Wowcher's Roland Bryan thinks time served is overrated.

Why taking time away from work makes you a better leader

Why taking time away from work makes you a better leader

Stepping back from the rat race can give fresh perspective, says IBM global consulting boss Mark Foster.

Why British business should look east

Why British business should look east

FITCH global CEO David Blair spent five years in India - and he was impressed.

How national cultures affect your leadership

How national cultures affect your leadership

It's smart to adapt your style to different countries, but some things are true everywhere, says MullenLowe Group UK CEO Jeremy Hine.

Can Cambridge become the world's leading biotech cluster?

Can Cambridge become the world's leading biotech cluster?

The fenland city has big plans for its £4.2bn life sciences hub, but without support it will struggle to match the scale of world-leader Boston.