Amazon, offers and discounts on video games and computer science of 21/2/2021

Amazon, offers and discounts on video games and computer science of 21/2/2021


Amazon's Gaming Week deals also include the return of Fairy Tail, Samsung storage, a 144Hz gaming monitor at a great price, and some Trust gaming peripherals including mice, pads and sound bars. All added to an already long list of offers, with our selection accessible from this page.

Amazon benefits include Amazon Prime, also available as a free trial, guarantees in addition to various discounts the use of Amazon Music base and Prime Video, Amazon's ever-growing streaming service. Free, however, Audible, at least for 30 days, but the subscription at the moment also guarantees 12 months discount. Instead, the first purchase on the Amazon application is 10 euros for the first, provided that the cost is at least 30 euros. Prime Student, on the other hand, allows you to access Amazon Prime for 90 days, thanks to the sponsorship of Microsoft Surface. It also includes a discount on the annual subscription to the service which goes from 36 to 18 euros for up to 4 years or until graduation. Finally, for all schools, the new initiative stands out which, until March 21, 2021, allows schools to donate a percentage of purchases made by customers on in the form of virtual credit.

Offer Amazon FAIRY TAIL - Nintendo Switch € 69.99 € 34.99

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Amazon Offer Samsung T5 Memory 500 GB, USB 3.1 Gen 2, Portable External SSD, Blue (MU-PA500B) € 73.9

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Offer Amazon Samsung Memory Duo Plus USB Flash Drive, USB 3.1, Type-C, Reading Speed ​​Up to 300 MB / s, 64 GB, Gray (MUF-64DB) € 34.29 € 22.99

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Amazon offer Samsung Memories MZ-V8P250 980 PRO 250GB Internal SSD, PCIe NVMe M.2, Black € 89.18 € 75.99Samsung C24RG52FQU 24-inch Curved Gaming Monitor, Full HD, 1800R, 144 Hz , Freesync, 4 ms, Display port, 2 HDMI, Black € 229.0 € 169.99

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Offer Amazon Trust Gaming Mouse GXT 930 Jacx, Integral RGB LED Lighting, USB Plug & Play, Wired, 6400 DPI, 6 Program Buttons ... € 35.9 € 29.99

View Offer Amazon Trust Gaming GXT 950 Idon Programmable Gaming Mouse RGB Illuminated, 500 to 6000 DPI, 150 IPS, 180 cm cable, 7 Pulsant ... € 39.99 € 33.99

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Amazon Trust Gaming GXT 960 Graphin Lightweight Gaming Mouse, 74 Grams, Customizable RGB Illumination, Up to 10000 DPI, 6 P ... € 39.99 € 28.99

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Amazon Trust Offer Gaming GXT 970 Morfix MMO Customizable Gaming Mouse, up to 10000 DPI, 4 Interchangeable Side Plates, ... € 49.99 € 36.99

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Offer Amazon Trust GXT 540 Wired Gamepad for PC and PS 3, Black € 24.99 € 19.99

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Offer Amazon Trust GXT 545 Wireless Gamepad for PC and PS3, Black € 39.99 € 27.99

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Offer Amazon Trust Gaming GXT 408 Cobra Gaming Earphones with Dual Microphone, Multiplatform € 29.99 € 22.89

See Offer Amazon Trust Gaming Headphones GXT 433K Pylo with Retractable Microphone, 50 mm Driver, 3.5 mm Jack, Wire, Over Ear , for PS4, PS5 ... € 44.99 € 36.99

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Amazon Offer Trust Gaming GXT 618 Asto Soundbar for PC and TV, PC speakers , to Insert Under Any PC Monitor or TV Screen, 12 W ... € 35.99 € 30.59

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5 lessons business leaders can learn from Jeff Bezos' handoff to incoming Amazon CEO Andy Jassy

  • Peter Cohan is an author, strategy consultant, and startup investor.
  • He says company leaders can learn a lot from Jeff Bezos' succession planning with incoming CEO Andy Jassy.
  • To find the best successor, plan ahead, set clear criteria, and time the announcement carefully.
  • Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories.
  • Earlier this month, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced that Andy Jassy would succeed him as CEO. I think the succession process was well received and it presents five lessons for business leaders.

    1. Decide what strengths your successor will need to keep your company growing

    The first step in picking a successor is to try to imagine what the most important skills your company will need at the top are in order to continue to grow after you leave. If you've founded a company and made it successful, your successor should embody its culture because your employees will lose motivation if the culture changes.

    At the same time, you do not want your successor to slavishly replicate everything you think and do — which I call a Head in the Sand strategic mindset in my new book, 'Goliath Strikes Back.' 

    Instead your ideal follower could be a Fast Follower — someone who can perceive an exciting growth opportunity, formulate a strategy to capture that growth, assign talented people to execute the strategy, and hold them accountable for results.

    That is what Sam Walton did when he appointed David Glass as his successor. Glass launched Walmart's 1987 move into groceries — which by 2019 was the largest grocery business in the country. As I wrote in my book, Glass, saw offering groceries as a way to save time for consumers by enabling them to one-stop-shop. 

    Glass exemplified how to succeed a charismatic founder — humbly lead a team that follows the founder's principles. As Glass explained in 2004, 'Most people have enough ego that they want to distinguish themselves from a charismatic leader, and that's what creates the problem. I have never had much ego, and I am not worried about things like that. I am more interested in the satisfaction that we are doing the right things and ... being part of a winning team.' 

    2. Begin grooming your successors at least five years before you want to leave

    The ultimate aim of grooming your successor — particularly for leaders of public companies — is to plan the process so well that when it finally happens, your company's employees, customers, and investors take it in stride.

    Many years ago, Bezos put two top executives in positions of major responsibility. Jeff Wilke was CEO Worldwide Consumer and Andy Jassy — who has worked at Amazon since 1997 and created and built AWS into the leader in cloud services — was CEO of Amazon Web Services (AWS).

    When Wilke announced last August that he would retire this year, I was shocked. In retrospect I should have seen it as a sure sign that Bezos was indeed planning to leave as Amazon CEO and that Wilke had lost out in the race to succeed him.

    3. Set clear criteria for evaluating the rivals for the top job

    If you have completed the first step — thinking about the skills your company will need in a future CEO — you should have little difficulty setting criteria for choosing the winner from among the candidates.

    I do not know what criteria Bezos set for choosing his successor — but here's my guess:

  • A track record of making outstanding decisions informed by relevant available data.
  • Acts according to the values that make Amazon successful.
  • The ability to manage people to achieve excellent performance.
  • A record of creating significant new sources of revenue and profit.
  • The ability to to manage difficult legal and regulatory matters.  
  • You should set criteria along these lines when evaluating potential successors.

    4. Keep delegating more responsibilities to ease the transition

    Over the last several years, Bezos has been delegating more operational responsibilities to his top executives. According to the Wall Street Journal, Bezos had stepped away from running the day-to-day operations of Amazon — that is until the pandemic hit last spring.

    Amazon's board had become more forceful about succession planning after Bezos survived a 2003 helicopter crash in Texas. After appointing Wilke and Jassy as CEOs of the company's retail and AWS operations in April 2016, Bezos devoted himself to new products such as the 2014 Amazon Fire Phone that flopped and the successful Echo speaker, noted the Journal.

    5. Aim for a hiccup-free announcement of your successor

    In an ideal world, you would announce your replacement as CEO on the same day that your company reported very strong financial results. It would be even better if investors boosted your stock that day and accepted the announcement of your successor with a shrug.

    That is exactly what happened when Bezos announced that Jassy would take over as CEO later this year. Meanwhile, as Executive Chair, Bezos will not be going away completely — and he will be able to work on projects aimed at boosting Amazon's growth. 

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