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Paper代写范文:Jeff Bezos 2019-01-09

今天论文代写机构Fanessay小编整理了一篇Paper代写范文--Jeff Bezos,本篇文章阐述的内容关于杰夫·贝佐斯。作为亚马逊的创始人和首席执行官,杰夫·贝佐斯拥有帮助他成功的商业技能。贝佐斯的商业技能,包括他的合法,强制,专家的权力和社会化。首先,杰夫·贝索斯是一位非常严格的领导者。2014年5月,国际工会联合会(ITUC)在其世界大会上任命他为世界上最差的老板。然而,作为一个领导者,他会为自己的目标而努力工作。正如他自己所说,“如果你不顽固,你会很快放弃实验。”杰夫·贝索斯是一个说话尖刻的老板。尽管他可能会强迫员工遵守自己的决定,但由于他的技术和勤奋,员工对他的尊重仍然很高。


1. Business Skills


As the founder and CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos has serval business skills that help him succeed. Bezoss business skills including his legitimate, coercive, expert power and socialized.


Firstly, Jeff Bezos is a very strict leader. He was named World's Worst Boss by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), at their World Congress, in May 2014. However, as a leader, he would work hard for the goal he had made. As he himself said, If you're not stubborn, you'll give up on experiments too soon.Jeff Bezos is a sharp-tongued boss. Although he might force his employees to follow his decisions, the employees respect to him is still high because of his meticulosity and diligence. He donated $800,000 to a company founded by a former Amazon employee, called Worldreader. (insidephilanthropy, 2017)


Secondly, Bezos is forward-looking, inspiring, intelligent, self-aware and self-manage leader. Bezos takes invention as an important part of his business. For instance, the origins of Kindle to the company's in-built focus on inventiveness. In the meantime, he tried to create the 10,000 year clock. He is also the founder of Blue Origin, the space company. Bezos takes customers seriously too. Customer satisfaction is one of the very core of the company's activities for Amazon. This can be improved by what he himself said, The most important single thing is to focus obsessively on the customer. Our goal is to be earth's most customer-centric company.”  Bezos announced his purchase of The Washington Post for $250 million in cash in 2013. (Farhi, 2013)The real reason for his purchase may not be clear shortly, but for the long run. This can be consider as his forward-looking.


Thirdly, Jeff Bezos has expert power. In 1995, after leaving Wall Street, Bezos began his Amazon in his garage. And in February, 2017, his net worth is US$72.3 billion. He paid attentions to those business details. According to the description of, Jeff Bezos is an executive who wants to know about everything from contract minutiae to how he is quoted in all Amazon press releases. (P., 2009)He also made the group as small as possible for individual ideas. And he supports the ideas of being strong willed and detail oriented.


Lastly, the socialized power, can be seen from his philanthropy. Nonprofit projects funded by Bezos Expeditions include Clock of the Long Now which cost 42 million, Bezos Center for Innovation at the Seattle Museum of History and Industry which cost 10 million, Bezos Center for Neural Circuit Dynamics at Princeton Neuroscience Institute which cost 15 million. (insidephilanthropy, 2017) At the same time, he gave $30 million in 2009 and 2010 to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.


With his business skills, legitimate, coercive, expert and socialized power, Jeff Bezos has made Amazon a famous and successful international electronic commerce and cloud computing company all over the world.


Works Cited


Farhi, P. (2013, August 5). Washington Post to be sold to Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon. Retrieved from Washington Post :


insidephilanthropy. (2017, March 8). Jeff Bezos. Retrieved from insidephilanthropy:


P., J. (2009, February 4). Top Executive Profiles-Bezos. Retrieved from


2. Background


Jeff Bezos was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on January 12, 1964.  He was first named Jeffrey Preston Jorgensen. In 1968 when he was 4, his mother married with Miguel Bezos, and Jeff changed his surname from Jorgensen to Bezos, after his stepfather.


Bezos was interested in science because of his grandfather, a regional director of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission in Albuquerque. When he was a kid, he wanted to be a space entrepreneur. (Carlson, 2011) Bezos attended River Oaks Elementary School in Houston from fourth to sixth grade as his stepfather worked as an engineer there. ( Amy Martinez and Kristi Heim, 2017) He spent many his summer time with his grandfather and worked with him. He could Install windmill, use arc welding machine and even dismantled his crib with a screwdriver when he was only 16 years old.


Bezos spent his high school time in Miami Palmetto Senior High School after family eventually ended up in Miami when he was a teenager. It was also there that Bezos started his first business, the Dream Institute, an education-based summer camp for fifth and sixth grade children. (insidephilanthropy, 2017) In 1982 during his high school time, he received a Silver Knight Award by attending the Student Science Training Program at the University of Florida. Because of his excellent work in high school, he won the National Merit Scholar (nationalmerit, 2017) and was chosen as high school valedictorian when he graduated from high school.


Bezos entered Princeton University majored in electrical engineering and computer science. In 1986, he graduated from university with highest honors and Phi Beta Kappa with Bachelor of Science in engineering degree.


He had worked in serval positions in different companies such as Fitel and Bankers Trust (Carlson, 2011) on Wall Street. And finally he worked for the investment firm D.E. Shaw. He worked in D.E. Shaw for less than 10 year and left although he was the youngest vice president in the companys history when he was only 25 years old.  (insidephilanthropy, 2017) He got married with his office-mate during the period he worked in D.E. Shaw. . After leaving the investment firm, Bezos, with his wife, decided to live Wall Street, gave up his cushy job and moved to Seattle to open an online bookstore. That bookstore, which opened on July 16, 1995 in his garage, is now known as the online retail giant


Works Cited


Amy Martinez and Kristi Heim. (2017, March 8). Amazon a virtual no-show in hometown philanthropy. Retrieved from The Seattle Times:


Carlson, N. (2011, March 10). The Life And Awesomeness Of Jeff Bezos. Retrieved from Business Insider:


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nationalmerit. (2017, March 8). Scholars You May Know. Retrieved from nationalmerit: