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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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