Articles about Steve Jobs
Overconfident CEOs increase commitment of employees and stakeholders
Confidence is infectious. A new study on CEO overconfidence found that employees and stakeholders begin to internalize the CEO's commitment to the company as their own.
This is what Steve Jobs did to get the best feedback from employees
To get the best feedback, take note from Apple co-founder and Pixar former chairman's Steve Jobs' approach to it — don't make feedback an optional question, make it a demand of every meeting that each employee is responsible for answering.
According to this 1976 referral letter, ‘flaky’ Steve Jobs did not come across well on the phone
Steve Jobs may have been one of the greatest minds of our time, but he didn't come across that way when he was launching the Apple 1 computer back in the mid-70s. According to letters written by Mike Rose in 1976, a Silicon Valley advertising executive, after speaking with Jobs on the phone he found the project they were working on to be "flakey" and even called him a "joker."
‘Sophia of Silicon Valley’: What it’s like working with the most powerful people in tech
In her debut novel, "Sophia of Silicon Valley," Anna Yen chronicles her own career rise through the ranks in Silicon Valley. The book is a lightly fictionalized retelling of working under Steve Jobs at Pixar and Elon Musk at Tesla.
What Steve Jobs learned building fences with his father that changed the course of history
Apple may have made radical changes to the way the world communicates, but we can also learn something from Steve Jobs' life before the company.
Most successful entrepreneurs are older than you think
The romanticized image of entrepreneurs is a picture of youth: a 20-something individual with disruptive ideas, boundless energy and a still-sharp mind. Silicon Valley has bet on this image for years. But is this right? Far from it.
This is the one takeaway from Steve Jobs’ 1992 MIT talk you must remember at work
Apple titan Steve Jobs spoke to students at the MIT Sloan School of Management decades ago in 1992, but one of his biggest takeaways on work remains relevant today.
This Steve Jobs 1973 job application was so bad you literally won’t believe it
Even the founder of Apple could be lazy at times, as an application by the then-18-year-old shows.
Here’s the crucial lesson Steve Jobs taught Apple’s Jony Ive about focus
According to the advice Steve Jobs gave Jony Ive, to organize your life, you'll need to prioritize what matters to you and clear away the clutter.