Summary of The Steve Jobs Way
Copyright © 2011 by Jay Elliot and William L. Simon. Published by Vanguard Press, a member of the Perseus Group LLC
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“We’re here to put a dent in the universe,” said Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computer and then chairman and CEO of Apple Inc. Today, all personal computers incorporate a version of the mouse-driven graphical user interface that Jobs perfected and popularized. The guiding spirit behind the Macintosh computer, iPod, iPad, iPhone and iTunes, Jobs is an American corporate legend. Few people worked more closely with him than Jay Elliot, a former senior vice president at Apple. In this business biography, written before Jobs died, Elliot and co-author William L. Simon detail Jobs’s corporate achievements, his attention to product detail and his visionary leadership. getAbstract recommends their revealing profile to those compelled by or curious about the genius of Jobs.
In this summary, you will learn
- How Steve Jobs co-founded Apple Computer,
- How he carried out his revolutionary product-development philosophy and
- How he achieved ground-breaking accomplishments that changed the world.
About the Authors
Jay Elliot is a former senior vice president of Apple Computer. William L. Simon co-wrote The Art of Deception and Ghost in the Wires.
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4 years agogreat insight to Job's and the history of Apple
5 years agoFantastic book. I've read some Apple stories but this book still gives me many pointers.
6 years agoA must read....makes us understand that true innovation lies in making things simple.
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