"But Walter Isaacson, author of the biography “Steve Jobs,” believes Mr. Jobs is being misunderstood when people ask this question. As Mr. Isaacson writes in an article about Mr. Jobs for the Harvard Business Review: “His petulance and impatience were part and parcel of his perfectionism.”Do You Have to Be Rude to Manage Like Steve Jobs? - NYTimes.com
The article, titled “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs,” offers 14 tips and rules for being a good manager and inspiring employees to do the “unimaginable,” as Mr. Jobs was unarguably capable of doing."
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Do You Have to Be Rude to Manage Like Steve Jobs? - NYTimes.com
Guidance for managing inspiration and creativity