Amazon Organizational Chart - Smart Home
Amazon's Smart Home division's top-level management personnel were provided along with their LinkedIn profiles. A precise organizational chart was not available. However, the classification of directors, vice presidents, senior managers, and senior product managers can be assumed as a general hierarchy. A methodology and classification details are provided below.
After an extensive search through the public domain for the management criteria for Amazon's Smart Home division, we were unable to locate precise hierarchical details. During our search, we surveyed their corporate website, trusted media outlets, articles covering the company, and industry associations discussing Amazon. These search avenues did not reveal any reliable information regarding the management relationships and/or hierarchy of the Smart Home division. Often, our efforts turned up results focused on identifying the top executives rather than discussing their hierarchies.
This is likely due to the fact that organizations rarely publicly share details about the inner workings of their company's day-to-day operations or reporting relationships. As reported by CNBC in 2017, Amazon's organizational chart is "available internally but not to the public." However, this article does outline several top-tier executives who report to Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, CEO of Worldwide Consumers, Jeff Wilke, and AWS CEO, Andy Jassy. None of the employees listed in this news story work in the Smart Home division.
Senior product managers
2. Prathyusha Cheruku, MBA: Senior Product Manager, Alexa Smart Home at Amazon. He is active on LinkedIn.
3. Ishvarya Sankara Raman: Senior Product Manager, Alexa Smart Home at Amazon. She is active on LinkedIn.
4. Lindsey Windham: Senior Marketing Manager, Smart Home Services at Amazon. She is active on LinkedIn.
In summary, 14 executive and senior level management personnel in Amazon's Smart Home division were identified. The list comprises three directors, two vice presidents, five senior managers, and four senior product managers. Their respective LinkedIn profiles were also included. There is no evidence that their reporting relationship or general hierarchy is available to the public.