In an op-ed, Professor Anat Lechner adds her voice to a debate about hard work and happiness.
— September 8, 2015
Excerpt from The New York Times -- "Amazon invites its carefully selected talent to redefine the boundaries of possibilities and participate in turning an extraordinary vision into an extraordinary reality. Employee’s happiness is not written on Amazon’s flag nor is stable employment the Amazon holy grail. Customer centrism is...Visionary leaders and visionary companies often spend years in discomfort and difficulty, countered with a sense of purpose and resilience. Happiness, when experienced, is not about handling the hygienes, but instead, it’s achieved through exercising the vision, meeting the vision metrics and taking pride in realizing its tremendous value."