Inc. on Chase Bank: In 2 Words, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Reveals A Painful Truth About Jeff Bezos

From Inc.:

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, is a pillar of the banking industry. Many business leaders look to him, not only for financial wisdom, but for leadership cues.

Which is why I was astounded when he recently called out Jeff Bezos, among others, as a CEO exemplar during an interview on Axios on HBO.

Dimon noted his callout was inspired by Bezos’s ability to innovate and create a singular focus around serving customers.

Much of his explanation leaned on Bezos’s cult of customer service and his ability to “change the game.”

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