• Steve Jobs Leadership
    …………………………………………………………………………………15 6.0 Bill Gates ……………………………………………………………………….17 6.1 Bill Gates - A Participative Leader …………………………………………….17 6.2 Compare and contrast the Leadership performance of Bill Gates & Steve Jobs……………………………..………………………………………………18 7.0 Conclusion...
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  • Compare/Contrast Bill Gates & Steve Jobs
    WRC 1013 22 September 2013 Compare/Contrast: Steve Jobs & Bill Gates Steve Jobs (born in Green Bay, Wisconsin on the 24th of February 1955) is best known as the co-founder & CEO of Apple Computer and somewhat less so for his leadership of Pixar which is a computer animation studio. On the...
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  • Leaders and Managers
    -founder of Apple), Bill Gates (the co-founder of Microsoft), Mark Zuckerberg (the CEO of Facebook) and Larry Ellison (the CEO of Oracle). First of all, let us take Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg in order to compare their different approach in doing business and how their managing and leading styles...
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  • Marketing
    pundits are wondering, what will be Steve’s next innovation? Question: 1. Compare and contrast the careers of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. 2. Compare and contrast the leadership styles and managerial practices of Gates and Jobs. 3. What do you think about the future of Microsoft and Apple...
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  • Deed
    leadership, apple is coming back with exciting new products such as computers and best selling iPods: the Nano and the video. Now, the pundits are wondering, what will be Steve’s next innovation? Questions:1. Compare and contrast the careers of Bill Gates and jobs. 2. Compare and contrast the...
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  • Leadership
    ’( ) is one of my favourite quotes of Bill Gates. This makes people work hard, rather than expect fairy tale without working hard or noticing the reality. This also shows Bill Gates’ personality and effort, which were major criteria of his success.  Compare to Bill Gates, Steve Jobs had to go through...
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  • Reflections of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates
    1. At the beginning of the film, Steve Jobs thanks Bill Gates for "standing with us", why? Support your answer(s) with specific information from the internet. I don’t know why Steve Jobs thanks Bill Gates for standing with us. I thought that with the merger of two small enterprises they had joined...
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  • Leadership
    |SUBJECT: LEADERSHIP | |TOPIC: LEADERSHIP-COMPARISON OF BILL GATES AND STEVE JOBS...
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  • power point
    blow-hard Polonius said in Hamlet--"To thine own self be true." But none that we have seen have said it so eloquently or so powerfully. It is interesting to compare this commencement address with the one that Gates gave two years later at Harvard. Jobs told his biographer that he composed his...
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  • Steve Jobs
    is indeed an innovative genius with a relentless drive and temper. (Sander 2012) 3.1 Leadership Differences with Bill Gates Bill Gates is the co-founder and former CEO of Microsoft. Both Steve Jobs and Bill Gates had immeasurable impacts on the world. Apple ushered in the era of personal...
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  • Comparison in Leadership Styles for Steve Jobs vs Bill Gates
    interim CEO. In 2000 he was made permanent CEO of Apple Computer Incorporation where he managed to build a good relationship with his followers and led the company until his passing in 2011 .   3.0 Comparative Analysis This section will seek to compare and contrast Mr. Bill Gates and the late...
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  • Business Leadership
    billion), IBM ($230 billion), and Microsoft ($228 billion) (Salsman, 2011). Steve Jobs had owned the wealthy company. Nevertheless, Steve Jobs is not known to be a philanthropist. Neither is he active in the charity work as compare to Bill Gates. Steve only concentrated on his products and company. He...
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  • Critical Analysis Thomas Edison
    , such as, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. Stengel believes that Thomas Edison is an example much needed in these times, being that “Though we live in a time of great innovation, the U.S. is in danger of losing its pre-eminence in science and technology.” (Stengel 1). “The Electrifying Edison,” focuses...
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  • Computers: a Technological Revolution to the Modern World
    running feud known to the digital age. Apple was on the verge of collapsing, until Steve Jobs came to the rescue and began to prove to the technological world that Apple computers are back and better than ever. Jobs soon exposed the IMac, which is why and how Apple is at the point that it's at to this...
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  • Action Research
    speak. Sounds nice but I am not so sure that this is the best approach to achieving positive change. Throughout history, great progress and positive change has come from exceptionally talented individuals (E.g. Ford, Edison, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, etc) – not committees, bureaucracies and not...
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  • Leadership
    (Bergmann et.al, 1999, pp.46-57). Bill Gates in the year 2000 left the Microsoft Corporation, and handed over the command of the company to Steve Ballmer. Steven Ballmer was a veteran employee of the Microsoft Corporation (Gates, & Hemingway, 1999, pp.11-23). However, even after leaving the...
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  • Attitudes Toward Success
    ESSAY. When it comes to success, everyone craves and wants to achieve it in their lives. Fame, fortune and power embody a successful person. People want to achieve success just like innovators such as Bill Gates and Steve Jobs or celebrities in Hollywood. People are inspired by these...
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  • Essay of Cl
    situation. Instinct could only be used in a small proportion only and it depend on the costumers whether the product is what they need or not. According to Bill Gates on The Telegraph, he said that Steve Jobs was an incredible genius who contributed immensely to the field as he was in. He also said...
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  • Steve Jobs and Bill Gates - Entrpreneurship
    subsequently when Apple started. The company expanded quickly and were gearing up to release a new train of computers called Macintosh. This is when Steve Jobs met Bill Gates. He included him for help on software for the Macintosh but Bill went ahead and used his plans and plans from the Macintosh...
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  • PROPERTY TOWARDS RISK
    achievement. Bill Gates has a strong desire to excel and ambitious (Nevid, 2009). Bill gates is the visionary entrepreneur as he had vision for PC to be on the every desk of world so Dubrin (2010) as cited in Kramer (2010)theory applies to the Bill Gates. STEVE JOBS: Steve Jobs once stated that, “you...
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