The Steve Jobs Way has ratings and reviews. Raed said: The Up side: If you are a Steve Jobs’s fan then this book is a must. It gives a good i. The Steve Jobs Way: iLeadership for a New Generation and iPad, The Steve Jobs Way presents Jobs’s leadership challenges and triumphs, showing readers . 7 May Steve Jobs has been a popular figure in business books lately. First we had The Innovation Secr.
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The single question that is most often asked about Apple is how Jobs is able to get so many people to push themselves geeration create products that, although never previously conceived, instantly alter our lives.
The ileaxership does make Steve seem like this almost deity, where as in the biography it was clear that he was a big a-hole as well. View all 3 comments. I do however think that this book brings some incredible insight to what it means to be an individual who has a passion to change the world in some way.
Books by Jay Elliot. The Return to the Little Kingdom: To see his why As someone who is not some years after this book was written a major fan of Apple, mostly because I feel that they are grasping at straws as they find ildadership sinking well below the innovation standard that other major players are bringing to the market.
The Steve Jobs Way: iLeadership for a New Generation by Jay Elliot
Interesting story to a point but after awhile you realize the book is really about the author’s “man-love” for Steve Jobs whom he worships in every possible way as johs times as possible. So if you have read books by Steve Jobs before – especially the Autobiography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson, this book would add only a few bits of new flavor.
The Steve Jobs way: Finally, I was most disappointed with the fact that I didn’t gain any new insights ilewdership leadership or Jobs. A product Czar who worries about most meticulous detail and an entrepreneur who worried only about the consumer experience.
Jan 30, Sepideh rated it liked it. It almost feels as if Apple’s PR department genetation even Jobs himself vetted this book. Loy Machedo loymachedo dot com loymachedo dot tv Apr 18, Sheldon rated it really liked it Shelves: Elliot tue out the things we should learn from Jobs, like his passion, his vision, his obsession with detail, his ability to create and share a vision and so forth.
Sep 17, Nguyen Quang tung rated it really liked it. As someone who is not some years after this book was written a major fan of Apple, mostly because I feel that they are grasping at straws as they find themselves sinking well below the innovation standard that other major players are bringing to the market. You cannot have people working for you that don’t use or support your product.
Steve Jobs is hailed as a great leader and wonderful visionary whose vices were either presented as virtues or a weak rationalization was offered to do away with them. Product, Talent, Organization, and Marketing. At first, it begins to read less like a book on leadership, and more like a memoir of sorts of Elliot’s time at Apple. If you look over the punting of Steve, there are a bunch of valuable snippets on how to treat your employees, and the type of employees you should be looking for in the first place.
I will give my thoughts on the 1st two. Jay Elliot has successfully illustrated another aspect of Steve, an aspect which hadn’t been seen before until he disclosed it to readers. You need to get the best people on your team and demand excellence. He was an over the top visionary with an obsessive compulsion for every imaginable detail. I really felt sad with Steve’s death.
If you look ov Great supplementary book to the Walter Isaacson biography. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is hungry for the knowledge of what it would take to leave a significant impact in any aspect of this world. Apr 02, Jason rated it liked it Recommends it for: Physical description xiv, p.
The Steve Jobs Way: iLeadership for a New Generation
Mar 31, Manuel Gomez rated it it was amazing. There’s a little of that in the geenration, but not as much as I would have liked. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Although I admire his achievements and have bought many of the products he pioneered from idea to An interesting biography of Steve Job’s active adult life as fot and later CEO of Apple.
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Responsibility Jay Elliot with William L. Mar 28, Haider Al-Mosawi rated it liked it. Also I feel like it overly glorifies Steve Jobs. This is a really good book if you can filter out all of Jay’s hero worship of Steve! Browse related items Start at call number: I mean, don’t get me wrong, he was an impressive person who made some amazing changes but talking like he is the prophet of modern days and that HE changed the world is a little bit silly.
Seeing the extent of his vision and that nothing would stop him from making it a reality. Return to Book Page. I thoroughly enjoyed the insights we get into the stefe of Steve Jobs.
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Otherwise why else even be here? Very informative and inspirational. He painted a less-than-complete picture of the iconic leader. Oct 16, Raed rated it liked it. So much to learn from Steve’s traits and his pursuit to changing the world; his perseverance, resilience, charisma, compassion and vision are ghe so inspiring.