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Steve Jobs’ Most Valuable Lesson for Apple

January 25, 2011 No Comments

Disney and IBM are both very powerful companies, but they bear little resemblance to the companies they were when they initially peaked. What had to happen was they had to be remade into firms that put more emphasis on their current CEOs’ skill sets. Unless Apple is altered to address the unique skillset of the CEO who follows Jobs, it will likely go into a period of flat growth or decline.

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