Best-selling writer and biographer Walter Isaacson deconstructs the late Apple CEO's business brilliance.
This article was first published in the April 2012 double issue of Harvard Business Review.
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I am 58 years old, I love to read, and listen to books. I live in Iceland. I am lucky I understand english very well.
I enjoy listen to this book, I did just low to listen how they did this. Even I know little bit anut such thing, but I could learn alot listen to this book
These stories can be found in the Isaacson biography or elsewhere, but are nicely presented in this short book for easy reference or introduction to the legacy of Steve Jobs.
As an Apple fan I had to download this, but given all the items out there about Steve Jobs and his "methods" - this is by far the most concise summary of how he applied his reality distortion field. I have listened to this multiple times and have downloaded other books by this narrator and by Isaacson too.
Insight into the legendary Steve Jobs.
Relatively short, accurate and to the point style means you get the condensed version of the book with no faffing that you can listen too several times without inducing boredom.
Highly recommend for all leaders and anybody with their own business however small or large.
"nothing new here"
nothing new, and not much useful as "leadership lessons" this book is more of a boring g biography than a lessons on leadership book.
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