Analysis Of The Article ' Inside Amazon ' Wrestling Big Ideas On A Bruising Workplace '
There are many successful companies across the world. They help make our world healthy by providing us with valuable resources. One great example of this would be Amazon.com, created by Jeff Bezos. It is a company that sells all kinds of merchandise, such as books, electronics, clothes, etc. It is also a popular company because of its high reputation for low competitive prices and ease of shopping conveniently from anywhere. Ever since it was established in the late 1990s, it has grown into such a wide world corporation (Kantor). However, you might wonder about the function of this corporation. Two articles called “Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace” and “Entering and Leaving” is able to give readers some information that can relate to Amazon. Both articles also provide useful insights on how an organization is functioning, as it can relate to my personal experience, a specific life event, and to a song.
As I discuss further about the articles, which deals with the idea of organization behavior, there are some important aspects of each of them. In the New York Times article, “Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace,” it focuses more about different workers’ thoughts during their career at Amazon. Many of the workers’ mentioned how they felt overwhelmed, and it was the worst job to work at. Amazon workers were feeling disrespected, and there was a lack of proper management from the superiors. For