Adam Gale

Former 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

Having a vision is not enough to drive change

Having a vision is not enough to drive change

The leader that made me: Some people can’t - or won’t - be convinced, as The Brokerage CEO Katerina Rüdiger found out.

A farewell from MT's editor

A farewell from MT's editor

It's been a pleasure.

How to sell anything to anyone

How to sell anything to anyone

Long read: Great sales organisations have a few things in common. But is the gift of the gab one of them?

Someone needs to stop Google

Someone needs to stop Google

Investor Andrew Dixon on why it will take far more than the proposed global minimum corporation tax to level the playing field with the tech giants.

Greene King CEO Nick Mackenzie on surviving the pub apocalypse

Greene King CEO Nick Mackenzie on surviving the pub apocalypse

Video: The drinks trade boss on listening to employees, unexpected staff shortages and emerging stronger from the crisis than the competition.

How to make an entrance as a new leader

How to make an entrance as a new leader

Q&A: Ann Cairns, executive vce chair, Mastercard, and global chair, 30% Club.

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Overcoming resistance to change: Lessons from the 'magic circle'

Overcoming resistance to change: Lessons from the 'magic circle'

When law firms first tried to introduce a new role between partner and associate, counsel, nobody was happy.

What Wickes learned over lockdown

What Wickes learned over lockdown

Quickfire Q&A: Digital levels the playing field, and customers have a mission, not a shopping list, says CMO Gary Kibble.

"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.