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Apple's Jobs Resigns: The Speech We Wish He'd Given
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10/6/2011 | 11:55:56 AM
re: Apple's Jobs Resigns: The Speech We Wish He'd Given
He was unquestionably brilliant, but one man alone can't create $400B of value. How did it happen? How did he view leadership, teamwork, and collaboration?

Mid-level executives at Apple (including my brother) generally thought he was narcissistic. He was, however, able to keep together a core of extremely talented and committed individuals - Ive, Schiller, Forstall, Cooke, etc. - for many years. What lessons can we learn from him? How did he motivate and retain talent? In the end he is an enigma.


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