two pizza lunches at Amazon

08 Aug 2013 2:15 PM | Digital Rights Committee (Administrator)
'[Jeff Bezos] favors a nimble, loosely organized company in which "two-pizza teams" execute important corporate tasks, because a work group requiring three pizzas over a lunch meeting is inherently too cumbersome. And he often requires employees pitching new ideas to write mock news releases for their product's imagined launch, a way of focusing their minds on what will most excite customers." This piece in the Washington Post yesterday lacked the usual blind reverence the media seems to have toward Jeff Bezos. Measuring a meeting's success by the amount of pizza ordered is a new innovation for sure....
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