Walter Isaacson, the author who wrote the Steve Jobs biography (released in October 2011) has written a column for the Harvard Business Review.
The column by Isaacson focuses on the traits that made Jobs an excellent business leader. Isaacson spent many hours with the Apple CEO while writing this book and he has used the insights he obtained to draw out those traits that helped Jobs re-build Apple into the one of the most powerful companies in the world.
Among other traits, Isaacson talked about Jobs’ intense focus and his emphasis on simplicity. The entire article is seven pages long. It includes 14 different qualities that sets Jobs apart from his peers.
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