A Critique of the Amazon Leadership Principles, Part 3

In Part 1 of my Critique of the Amazon Leadership Principles, I covered the first two principles of Amazon’s guiding documentation: Customer Obsession; and Ownership. In Part 2, I went over three more principles: Invent and Simplify; Are Right, A Lot; and Learn and Be Curious. In this section, I will cover these principles:

  • Hire and Develop the Best

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Small Business and Startup Marketing Consultant at ConsorteMarketing.com and Expert at Digital.com. Learn more about me at DennisConsorte.com.

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Dennis Consorte

Dennis Consorte

Small Business and Startup Marketing Consultant at ConsorteMarketing.com and Expert at Digital.com. Learn more about me at DennisConsorte.com.

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