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15 hrs ago

Sr. Product Manager, MVM – new

Amazon United States

&&DIY&& & Basic Qualifications • : • : • IT: Excel, AccessWeb • : • : • : Preferred Qualifications… Amazon

3 days ago

Sr. Product Manager, Kindle – new

Amazon Seattle, WA

As a Senior Product Manager you will engage with an experienced cross-disciplinary staff to conceive, design and… Amazon

13 hrs ago

Sr. Product Manager, Associates – new

Amazon United States

include the following: · Innovate and improve Amazon Associates products, including Associates Central, new Associates sign up flows and link… Amazon

2 days ago

Amazon Clicks, Product Manager – new

Amazon United States

Amazon Clicks (オンライン広告サービス)チームではSponsored Productsを担当する熱意にあふれるプロダクト マネージャーを募集します。Sponsored Productsはオンライン広告の一つで、Clickごとの課金です。Sponsored… Amazon

5 days ago

Senior Product Manager – Kindle Fire

Amazon Sunnyvale, CA

The Senior Product Manager will be responsible for the definition and development of hardware and software… Amazon

11 hrs ago

Sr. Product Manager, Seller Selection – new

Amazon United States

Amazonは「地球上で最も豊富な品揃え」というビジョンに向かって真剣に取り組んでいます。お客様の幅広いニーズに応えるため、AmazonはAmazon出品サービス(以下出品サービス)を2007年から開始しました。そのサービスはAmazon以外の販売事業主(出品者)が… Amazon

6 days ago

Principal Product Manager, Kindle Typography

Amazon Seattle, WA

This role is inherently cross-functional—you will work closely with business, engineering, operations, and finance teams to research, conceive… Amazon

16 hrs ago

Product Manager - Seller Services – new

Amazon Beijing

will be: • Develop programs, feature requests, and processes to drive sales. Develop business cases to quantify the opportunities and… Amazon

12 hrs ago

Senior Product Manager – new

Amazon London, England

If you’re obsessed with making digital advertising that informs instead of interrupts; that helps customers deliver great products and brands, not… Amazon

21 hrs ago

Sr. Product Manager-FBA – new Bangalore

FBA is looking for a superstar Product Manager to drive business growth in India. The selected candidate will be… Reviews

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    Can be amazing for some people, horrible for others

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    Current Employee - Software Development Manager  in  Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Software Development Manager in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at full-time for more than 3 years


    Amazon is doing lot's of cool stuff...but lots of boring stuff too. There are really well run teams...and very badly run teams. The experience for software managers and engineers is all over the board, from really run low operational load teams to teams where people burn out after a year.

     - Amazon is built, quite deliberately, to be Darwinian. You can generally expect that anyone who's been here for more than 2 years is competent and motivated or they wouldn't have survived. You can count on them as long as your priorities are aligned. There aren't many slackers here, and they don't survive long.
      - We work on so much stuff that there's always an opportunity to find amazing cool stuff to work on (note that it's an 'opportunity', one that you have to pursue)
      - A chance to make a huge difference
      - A place where you can learn a lot about all kinds of things, both technical and about yourself
      - Amazon encourages high mobility - even your manager can't prevent you from moving to another team within 6 weeks (normally, more than a few months under unusual conditions).
      - Your friends and family have actually heard of the place you work and have at least a vague notion of what Amazon does without you having to explain


    - You're responsible for your own career progression and finding the places and teams that are doing the stuff you want to do. No one is going to take you by the hand and help you with that.
    - Amazon is built, quite deliberately, to be Darwinian. The strong survive and the weak perish (metaphorically speaking) and the 'bar' is constantly increasing. The level of performance that would have been acceptable five years ago will get you canned today. It's a kind of crucible that'll help you develop a harder edge, if you can survive, that can serve you well in your career and in life, but it's often not a pleasant experience.

    I wouldn't recommend it as a place to work for just anyone.

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    Stack ranking is a horrible practice since it's rife with favoritism. It's also not Amazonian in that it's not data based (arbitrarily designating a certain percentage of employees that must be put on performance management isn't a data driven criterion) and it's not frugal (effectively forcing an individual out of the company in one division who would make the grade in another is either retaining someone who doesn't meet the bar or a waste of talent). The goal is to force managers to actually make the hard decisions about how their team members compare with each other (not everyone can be exceptional), but it has more defects than virtues. Replace it with a common comparison of each person against the bar for their position, based on data. The percentages that are assigned to each performance category will turn out how they turn out, but there will be an evaluation mechanism that's fair and frugal.

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