Amazon's trillion-dollar success is the envy of everyone, but achievable by anyone.
What has propelled their record streak of growth? Their management system, and it can do the same for you no matter what business you are in or what level.
Learning it is as simple as six building blocks distilled by New York Times bestselling author and global CEO advisor Ram Charan and Julia Yang in The Amazon Management System.
The Ultimate Digital Engine that Powered Amazon's Unprecedented Growth and Shareholder Value Creation:
Building Block 1: Customer-Obsessed Business Model
Building Block 2: Continuous Bar-Raising Talent Pool
Building Block 3: AI-Powered Data & Metrics System
Building Block 4: Ground-Breaking Invention Machine
Building Block 5: High-Velocity & High-Quality Decision-Making
Building Block 6: A forever Day 1 culture.
From their high-velocity decision-making to their top talent hiring practices, the insider secrets behind Amazon's success are now within anyone's grasp, block by block.
Whether you are an established CEO or a recent college grad, this concise and actionable book will help your business win in a new digital era that demands nonstop innovation.
About the Author
Ram Charan's 27 books have sold over three million copies and include the New York Times bestseller Execution. He is a world-renowned advisor to CEOs, business unit managers, and boards of directors who value his practical solutions to complex business problems. Dr. Charan earned MBA and doctorate degrees from Harvard Business School, where he graduated with high distinction and taught as a faculty member. A noted expert and award-winning teacher of business strategy, execution, building a high-performance organization, 21st century leadership, corporate boards and succession, he has worked with leaders of some of the world's most successful companies, including Bank of America, Verizon, Coca-Cola, 3M, GE, Merck, Amgen, Novartis, Aditya Birla Group, and Tata Group.Julia Yang is a trusted advisor to entrepreneurs, founders, CEOs and executives. She was previously a consultant at McKinsey and a private equity investor at Bain Capital and earned her MBA from Harvard Business School. She serves on the faculty of the joint MIT-Tsinghua MBA program.