“Steve Jobs,” the biography by Walter Isaacson, is a remarkable treatise on leadership. Quirky and sometimes cruel, Jobs wasn’t much of a manager but he was a tremendous leader. Anyone who runs a business can learn from him. Here’s what I learned.
First, Jobs was both a big picture person and a details guy. Usually, we think of someone being in either one camp or the other but Jobs was both. He envisioned the digital age yet he also was passionate about using the right screws inside each Apple product. As . . .
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