Samstag, 3. September 2011, 23:23 Uhr

Wieso man sich um Apple ohne Steve Jobs keine Sorgen machen muss

No one denies that the Apple executive team is brilliant, yet it seems many are willing to believe they’re just puppets. I’d argue the two are mutually exclusive. Jobs is right, brilliant people won’t stand for the best idea consistently losing. They’ll leave. I think there’s a reason for this management team’s relative longevity. They like making consistent winners, not being shouted down by seniority or politics and producing failures. 

Quelle: Ideas, Not Hierarchy: On Steve Jobs Supposedly Making All Apple Decisions – The Small Wave.

Tags: ,
Labels: Apple, Wirtschaft

Kommentar erfassen