Bezos reveals a key concept that he applies throughout the organization Everybody I ve talked to about it misses this concept I have a friend who created a division and is managing its phenomenal growth When we last met, this is about all he talked about The secret is in how Besoz, and hence , treats dialogue First, it is for results Second, and the key, he focusses on processes that are rigorous in making sure the same information is shared by all They include tough rules of being concise Few will employ them These are not so obvious in Charles Koch s book but are similar in style Learn this, do this, and you ll have a chance of success at transformation efforts. It s a fun read Also, it is pretty insightful on how Jeff Bezos think and how grew up There are reasons why Jeff Bezos and are highly successful in achieving their goals and you can find them out in this book. One of the best in this catagory Brad certainly tells the story of Bezos with lush details into the inner workings of his mind Better than similar biographies of say, Elon Musk, Jack Ma, and even Steve Jobs I really highly recommend this. As a heavy user of , I found this to be a fascinating account of how Bezos and his gang managed to change the world The central premise is that the needs and wishes of the customer drive everything This simple principle, elevated to an obsession, explains many of the strategies and tactics that led to the Everything Store s remarkable success, at least in book distribution The account is well written and authoritative It is mercifully free of the sort of idolatry that is all too common in business histories Nor is it an unwarranted attack piece Highly recommended to anyone using this site. t was interesting and informative to read of Bezos story of rags to riches From a wooden door desk to a multi million dollar business. Been a huge fan of for a long time Their fantastic customer service and unbelievable value for the customers is bar none the best value that I have seen from any company since I became a customer in the late 90s Such a joy compared to the hassle of dealing with retail shopping This book explains a bit of how that has happened with the Focus of Jeff Bezos and his goal of returning value to his paying customers Loved reading the book since I learned so much about the company , and the contributions of Jeff Bezos to technology web 2.0 , Cloud computing, Affiliate marketing, 1 Click shopping, An excellent read Really enjoyed it, could not put it down until I finished it. i even used the email address as he suggested in the book..what a great story.still being written Winner Of The Financial Times And Goldman Sachs Business Book Of The Year Award Chosen As A Best Book Of The Year By The Washington Post, Forbes, The New Republic, The Economist, Bloomberg, And Gizmodo, And As One Of The Top Investigative Journalism Books By Nieman ReportsMr Stone Tells This Story With Authority And Verve, And Lots Of Well Informed Reporting A Dynamic Portrait Of The Driven And Demanding Mr Bezos Michiko Kakutani, New York TimesEngrossing Stone S Long Tenure Covering Both Bezos And Gives His Retelling A Sureness That Keeps The Story Moving Swiftly New York Times Book ReviewJeff Bezos Is One Of The Most Visionary, Focused, And Tenacious Innovators Of Our Era, And Like Steve Jobs He Transforms And Invents Industries Brad Stone Captures His Passion And Brilliance In This Well Reported And Compelling Narrative Walter Isaacson, Author Of Steve JobsStone S Account Moves Swiftly And Surely New York Times Book Review, Editor S ChoiceThe Everything Store Is A Revelatory Read For Everyone Those Selling And Those Sold To Who Wants To Understand The Dynamics Of The New Digital Economy If You Ve Ever One Clicked A Purchase, You Must Read This Book Steven Levy, Author Of Hackers And In The PlexA Deeply Reported And Deftly Written Book Like Steven Levy S In The Plex How Google Thinks, Works, And Shapes Our Lives, And Gates How Microsoft S Mogul Reinvented An Industry And Made Himself The Richest Man In America By Stephen Manes And Paul Andrews, It Is The Definitive Account Of How A Tech Icon Came To Life Seattle TimesStone S Book, At Last, Gives Us A Bezos Biography That Can Fit Proudly On A Shelf Next To The Best Chronicles Of America S Other Landmark Capitalists Forbes Stone S Tale Of The Birth, Near Death, And Impressive Revival Of An Iconic American Company Is Well Worth Your Time Matthew Yglesias, SlateAn Engaging And Fascinating Read An Excellent Chronicle Of S Rise A Gift For Entrepreneurs And Business Builders Of The New Generation Business InsiderAn Immersive Play By Play Of The Company S Ascent It S Hard To Imagine A Better Retelling Of The Origin Story Laura Bennett, New Republic S Visionary Founder, Jeff Bezos, Wasn T Content With Being A Bookseller He Wanted To Become The Everything Store, Offering Limitless Selection And Seductive Convenience At Disruptively Low Prices To Do So, He Developed A Corporate Culture Of Relentless Ambition And Secrecy That S Never Been Cracked Until NowBrad Stone Enjoyed Unprecedented Access To Current And Former Employees And Bezos Family Members, And His Book Is The First In Depth, Fly On The Wall Account Of Life At The Everything Store Is The Book That The Business World Can T Stop Talking About, The Revealing, Definitive Biography Of The Company That Placed One Of The First And Largest Bets On The Internet And Forever Changed The Way We Shop And Read
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- The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon
- Brad Stone
- 04 June 2019 Brad Stone