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    made a great change in how we live today. These great ideas and creations are followed by many years of education and hard work. Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon.com, is a very brilliant man that made our online shopping easier and faster. Amazon is the largest retailer on the World Wide Web. My goal of this paper is to inform you on his college education, how his company developed, and where he is now and what he planned for the future. Jeff was interested in technology and creating new things from an early age. While he was still at…

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    Jeff Bezos has publicly referred to the company’s mission statement as a driving force behind many of hs decisions during the company’s history. Therefore, the company’s success as the world’s top online retailer is due at least in part to management’s commitment to the execution of the mission. The company’s mission statement clearly articulates its values that will guide organizational actions (“to be earth’s most customer centric company”). It does not specify some narrow market; it rather…

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    Jeff Bezos is a 52 year old business man holding the 5th richest with an amazing net worth of 45.2 billion dollars. Jeff Bezos was born on January 12, 1964, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to a teenage mother, Jacklyn Gise Jorgensen, and his biological father, Ted Jorgensen. Jeff attended River Oaks Elementary School in Houston from fourth to sixth grade. While in high school, he attended the Student Science Training Program at the University of Florida, receiving a Silver Knight Award in 1982. He…

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    Jeff Bezos

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    Jeff Bezos was a 30 year old employee on Wall Street. As the years started to approach 2000, the internet was expanding rapidly, and Bezos took notice of that. He quit his job and soon started to look for internet revenue. His first internet business, called Cadabra at the time, was to sell books. [2] The idea was innovative, to be one of the first e-commerce companies out there that sold cheap discounted books. Orders started to trickle in slowly until one of the founders of Yahoo, a big…

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    Amazon.com is an e-commerce company, based in Seattle, Washington (USA). Although the company began selling books, now actually markets a wide range of products, including music, video, clothing, toys, jewelry, electronics and more. Besides operating in the United States, it has websites in other markets Canada, France, Germany, Japan and the UK. It has about 26 million customers and is part of the Fortune 500 (Bezos et al: 2000). Its nature as part of the book distribution industry changed…

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    Amazon Vision Statement

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    Jeff Bezos started Amazon as an online bookstore, in Seattle, Washington in 1995. From the beginning, however, Bezos claimed that even though Amazon exclusively sold books, it was actually a technology company. Bezos argued that Amazon’s purpose was to simplify e-commerce and not to sell books. In 1997, Amazon became a publicly traded company on the NASDAQ market (Hall, 2017). Amazon became a near instant success with 1,000,000 customers and $148,000,000 in revenues by the end of 1997. By 1999,…

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    Firstly, it is important to acknowledge Bezos’ career began in computer science on Wall Street, which greatly influenced his leadership tactics and visions of Amazon’s culture (NYT, 2015). He created the 14 Leadership Principles (Amazon, 2015), the values that employees must incorporate in their working habits in order to fit the culture and working environment, and completely disregard human interaction and emotional intelligence. Similarly, when Bezos receives customer complaints through his…

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    industry. According to Parnell (2014), social forces influence an industry’s behavior and potentially its performance. Social forces can embody anything that has the potential to cause change. Both companies have implemented many changes over the past decade in an attempt to accommodate the social forces that they are up against. Hailed early on as “the world’s largest bookstore”, Amazon has grown exponentially and is now considered “one of the most successful web-based retailers” (Parnell,…

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    Brad Stone Essay

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    info collected. Brad Stone, author of The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon, is the best investigative journalist there is. He makes sure to pursue every lead that presents itself. Stone knows how to get the facts from few and far between, to make sure not only, he has an article or book worth reading; but to make sure everyone knows everything he knows. Brad Stone through his craft, use of interviewing everyone and style, is able to leave no stone unturned, showing his…

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    Jeff Bezos Leader Analysis

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    Analysis: Jeff Bezos The style of leadership in a person and its development in the social and commercial area is a mandatory field to be studied today and to take into account for our progress, since many ordinary people become very influential people on society, and one never knows how to influence or how our personality can help us to motivate ourselves and given the case why not dare to motivate a group of people and that is the reason why we focus today on a great leader such as Amazon CEO…

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