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

"What I learned leading one of America's great turnarounds"

"What I learned leading one of America's great turnarounds"

Interview: The former CEO of Best Buy, Hubert Joly, on self-inflicted problems, fish rotting from the head and leading from the heart.

3 ways the pandemic proved me wrong about my leadership

3 ways the pandemic proved me wrong about my leadership

Briefing: Brother UK’s MD Phil Jones discusses how the last year challenged him.

The great WFH dilemma

The great WFH dilemma

Your imminent decision on remote working will affect your business for years to come (no pressure).

35 Women Under 35: Nominations open

35 Women Under 35: Nominations open

Alumnae of Management Today's list of rising female stars include Dido Harding, Karen Blackett and Sarah Willingham. Find out how to enter here.

How to keep grounded as a leader

How to keep grounded as a leader

Briefing: If you’re not careful power will get to your head, says Halma CEO Andrew Williams.

Spare a thought for the furloughed

Spare a thought for the furloughed

Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak has extended the job retention scheme, but do you know how your staff on furlough feel?

Why you don’t always want to hire ‘the best’

Why you don’t always want to hire ‘the best’

One minute briefing: Too many stars can make a dysfunctional constellation, says Cantab Capital Partners founder Ewan Kirk.

Halma: The best company you've never heard of?
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Halma: The best company you've never heard of?

Manufacturing conglomerate Halma’s steady progress might not seem spectacular, but there’s a reason it’s Britain’s Most Admired Company of 2020.

How Amazon does data

How Amazon does data

In this mini-extract from our intelligence report A Leader’s Guide to Data Science, we look at how the tech giant builds a culture of using data.

The parable of Donald Trump

The parable of Donald Trump

Editor's blog: The former president serves as a warning that bad leaders can still rise to the top, but that doesn’t mean people will listen.