Steve Jobs's management style has been described in many ways, both positive and negative. Love him or hate him, there's no denying what he accomplished: Within a short time, he built the most successful company on the planet.
He founded another company. This startup was focused on producing high-powered computers for the higher education industry to provide. Moreover they wanted to provide the highest level of security. A talented team left secure positions at Apple and followed Jobs to his new endeavor – evidence of how much people believed in him. There are eight tips that are noteworthy.Read more
A lot of people can be surprised that Steve Jobs forbid his kids from using new devices, including those that he created. During the interview Steve said: "My children haven't used it. We limit how much technology our kids use at home." It is strange to hear from the person who made devices that dictate fashion and identify trends.
It turns out that many other leaders of technology firms strictly limit the amount of time their children can spend in front of a screen. Many people didn’t know what to say about Jobs‘ answer. They somehow thought that his house is full of touch screens, but iPads and iPhones are given to guests instead of candies. But it was not so. At all.Read more
Apple founder Steve Jobs was planning to wage a "Holy War" against Google a year before he died, a higly confidential email has revealed.
Jobs sent the email in 2010 to his top 100 most senior executives, in which he outlined the company's strategy for the following year.
In it, he announced that 2011 would see a 'Holy War' between Apple and Google, and outlined all the ways in which the two companies would compete – from cloud services to mobile operating systems.Read more
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