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Of all of his management notions, perhaps the most distinctive is his belief that harmony is often overvalued in the workplace -- that it can stifle honest critique and encourage polite praise for flawed ideas. Instead, Amazonians are instructed to "disagree and commit" (No. 13) -- to rip into colleagues' ideas, with feedback that can be blunt to the point of painful, before lining up behind a decision.

"We always want to arrive at the right answer," said Tony Galbato, vice president for human resources, in an email statement. "It would certainly be much easier and socially cohesive to just compromise and not debate, but that may lead to the wrong decision."

At its best, some employees said, Amazon can feel like the Bezos vision come to life, a place willing to embrace risk and strengthen ideas by stress test. Employees often say their co-workers are the sharpest, most committed colleagues they have ever met, taking to heart instructions in the leadership principles like "never settle" and "no task is beneath them." Even relatively junior employees can make major contributions. The new delivery-by-drone project announced in 2013, for example, was coinvented by a low-level engineer named Daniel Buchmueller.Of all of his management notions, perhaps the most distinctive is his belief that harmony is often overvalued in the workplace -- that it can stifle honest critique and encourage polite praise for flawed ideas. Instead, Amazonians are instructed to "disagree and commit" (No. 13) -- to rip into colleagues' ideas, with feedback that can be blunt to the point of painful, before lining up behind a decision.

"We always want to arrive at the right answer," said Tony Galbato, vice president for human resources, in an email statement. "It would certainly be much easier and socially cohesive to just compromise and not debate, but that may lead to the wrong decision."

At its best, some employees said, Amazon can feel like the Bezos vision come to life, a place willing to embrace risk and strengthen ideas by stress test. Employees often say their co-workers are the sharpest, most committed colleagues they have ever met, taking to heart instructions in the leadership principles like "never settle" and "no task is beneath them." Even relatively junior employees can make major contributions. The new delivery-by-drone project announced in 2013, for example, was coinvented by a low-level engineer named Daniel Buchmueller.Of all of his management notions, perhaps the most distinctive is his belief that harmony is often overvalued in the workplace -- that it can stifle honest critique and encourage polite praise for flawed ideas. Instead, Amazonians are instructed to "disagree and commit" (No. 13) -- to rip into colleagues' ideas, with feedback that can be blunt to the point of painful, before lining up behind a decision.

"We always want to arrive at the right answer," said Tony Galbato, vice president for human resources, in an email statement. "It would certainly be much easier and socially cohesive to just compromise and not debate, but that may lead to the wrong decision."

At its best, some employees said, Amazon can feel like the Bezos vision come to life, a place willing to embrace risk and strengthen ideas by stress test. Employees often say their co-workers are the sharpest, most committed colleagues they have ever met, taking to heart instructions in the leadership principles like "never settle" and "no task is beneath them." Even relatively junior employees can make major contributions. The new delivery-by-drone project announced in 2013, for example, was coinvented by a low-level engineer named Daniel Buchmueller.


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