Adam Bryant





Adam Bryant

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Adam Bryant, the deputy national editor of The New York Times, has been a journalist for more than two decades. He was a business reporter for The New York Times during the 1990s, covering a variety of industries and topics, including airlines, aviation safety, executive compensation and corporate governance. He joined Newsweek in 1999 as a senior writer, and was promoted to business editor. After six years at Newsweek, he returned to the Times' as an editor in the business section, where he oversaw coverage of the collapse of the Detroit auto industry, among other stories.

Adam was the lead editor for two prize-winning series: "Driven to Distraction," about the dangers of cellphone use behind the wheel, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Nat...more


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“People leave companies for two reasons. One, they don't feel appreciated. And two, they don't get along with their boss.”
Adam Bryant, The Corner Office: Indispensable and Unexpected Lessons from CEOs on How to Lead and Succeed

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” said Leonardo da Vinci.”
Adam Bryant, The Corner Office: How Top CEOs Made It and How You Can Too

“As the old-school approach of command-and-control leadership fades, companies in all industries will inevitably move in the same direction as these tech firms, and try to tap into the deeper passions of employees.”
Adam Bryant, Quick and Nimble: Lessons from Leading CEOs on How to Create a Culture of Innovation



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