Steve Jobs leadership style: a lesson for business or an inconvenient strategy?
Table of Contents Who was Steve Jobs? 2 An addicted Perfectionist 2 Failing made him stronger. 3 An unique CEO 4 Steve Jobs insanity generated special and different abilities. 7 Conclusion 9 Bibliography 10
Who was Steve Jobs?
If asked who Steve Jobs is, most people would be shocked. They would say: “Everyone knows who Steve Jobs is!” Steve Jobs was an American entrepreneur and was best known as the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Apple Inc. He had a great impact worldwide by producing products that were not mas productive but they were special to the people’s needs. When he became the CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs enabled the success and development of Apple. The success of the products invented and design by him made Apple a very secure company with high financial return and a worldwide success.
What Steve Jobs used to be is what Apple Inc. still is: a well-developed successful company where innovation and insane decisions are always present. Having this kind of leadership many raise a question. Is Steve Jobs leadership style a lesson to the world of business or is it inconvenient to use it. Steve Jobs was arrogant, sarcastic, he really was insane but he loved his job and this made him a unique leadership and extremely popular. His inventions and innovations were his belief.
An addicted Perfectionist
From the publication in the newspapers we can say that Steve Jobs was a perfectionist, which is reflected in every product he produced and the computers, tablets he had for his personal usage. At one point of his career he was investing money in unseen things such as the inners parts of his invention making them futuristic and perfect (Perfect from