Adam Selipsky has years of professional experience, from positions as Vice President at RealNetworks and Amazon to managing Tableau Software as CEO for five years.
But as a leader, it didn’t matter when the pandemic hit last year.
“My experience actually became dangerous for me,” Selipsky said at a Technology Alliance event this week. “As you keep advancing in your career, you often rely on pattern matching. To some extent, you expect the past to be informative about the future – and the situation was unknown. “
Selipsky made his first public appearance since announcing in March that he would be leaving Tableau as the new CEO of Amazon Web Services. He will replace longtime AWS boss Andy Jassy, who will replace Jeff Bezos as CEO of Amazon on July 5th.
Selipsky is a familiar face on Amazon as a former AWS …