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

Scandal management lessons from Dominic Cummings

Scandal management lessons from Dominic Cummings

The PR industry offers its take on the PM’s svengali.

A quick tip for achieving strategic clarity

A quick tip for achieving strategic clarity

UKTV CEO Marcus Arthur on how he gets people to look beyond firefighting.

How to have good ideas when you can’t go to the pub

How to have good ideas when you can’t go to the pub

If we’re not careful, lockdown will narrow our creative horizons.

Packed living rooms, empty studios: Dispatches from the TV industry
It is socially irresponsible to open the office. Discuss

It is socially irresponsible to open the office. Discuss

Business decisions to exit the coronavirus lockdown will have far-reaching consequences for society.

How to innovate in a crisis

How to innovate in a crisis

Leadership lessons video panel: ADP UK MD Jeff Phipps and Amazing If co-founder Sarah Ellis discuss co-creation, using data and more.

Employee mental health worries? Look to the line manager

Employee mental health worries? Look to the line manager

COVID-19-inspired, company-wide programmes can only go so far.

"Don't confuse momentum with progress"

"Don't confuse momentum with progress"

COVID-19 video briefing: Snap UK general manager Ed Couchman.

What happens to your business if you get COVID-19?

What happens to your business if you get COVID-19?

Four bosses who caught coronavirus share their tips.

What happens next: COVID-19 lessons from Italian CEOs

What happens next: COVID-19 lessons from Italian CEOs

Part I: Marco Alvera, chief executive of €15bn Lombardy-based energy firm Snam, on living with the lockdown.