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Why You Want to Work at Amazon

Why You Want to Work at Amazon

After reading the recent New York Times article  Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace  it occurred to me that the article wasn’t really about Amazon being a difficult place to work but rather the story of Amazon being the place to be to prepare for tomorrow’s workplace. In the not too distant future most companies will be run by computers.  Yes there will still be people managing the computers but most of the work will be done by the machines, which will replace many of the current employees. Amazon is one of the most advanced companies in the world regarding automation of business processes and decision making. Based on the New York Times article it appears that Amazon has already implemented many processes that future companies will be managed by. While many tech companies appear to be moving in this direction,  I believe Amazon has advanced the most towards the future company employment world. Data and algorithms drive much of the decision making at the company.  Virtually all the pricing and product display decisions you see on the Amazon website are solely made by algorithms. Amazon is where you could be trained to be the next generation executive. At Amazon…

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Brand Director – Amazon Fashion – New York City

Brand Director – Amazon Fashion – New York City

Amazon Fashion is seeking a Brand Director to join their New York City offices. Can you think strategically, but stay on top of tactical execution? How about thinking big with an innate ability to inspire passion in others? Do you have relentlessly high standards complemented by excellent judgment? Apply Here So who is the ideal Brand Director for Amazon Fashion? The Brand Director will build and lead teams that oversee product imagery, fashion office editorial direction, merchandising, content development, and creative production. Lead and develop a high-performing team of fifteen to drive seamless brand translation, style and creative direction across all Amazon/Fashion product imagery; aligning content creation and execution to produce a single, unified brand point of view. Customer obsession is a must, as well as a passion for creative experimentation in the digital landscape. Lead a team of nine fashion editors in the development and merchandising of the seasonal editorial point of view. Align fashion office and content teams with the overarching business and category strategies for all editorial, social and e-commerce site experience. Reporting to the head of marketing, the successful candidate will be responsible for translating the Amazon/Fashion creative brand vision across multiple teams and projects to…

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