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Think like Jobs, don’t act like him — unless you’re a genius

Think like Jobs, don’t act like him — unless you’re a genius | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Steve Jobs was brilliant at many things, but by all accounts management was not one of them. Even his official biographer Walter Isaacson said that Jobs “may have been the worst of managers.”

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The lesson of Pixar: “Technology Alone Is Not Enough”

The lesson of Pixar: “Technology Alone Is Not Enough” | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

When people run into each other, when they make eye contact, things happen. And: technology inspires art, and art challenges the technology. In an age of intellectual fragmentation, Jobs insisted that the best creations occurred when people from disparate fields were connected together.

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Talent Management Lessons From Apple (Part 3 of 4)

Talent Management Lessons From Apple (Part 3 of 4) | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Internal Brand Encourages Fighting the Status Quo. You Can Have a Strong External Employer Brand Without an Employer Branding Program. Your Product Brand Should Serve Double-duty as Your Employer Brand. Being a Most-admired Firm May Be Enough. Aggressively Recruit the Best From Other Firms.

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Talent Management Lessons From Apple (Part 2 of 3)

Talent Management Lessons From Apple (Part 2 of 3) | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it
Career paths reduce self-reliance and cross-pollination. Create and manage a culture of innovation. The expectation of innovation permeates the culture. Secrecy drives internal competition. Tying economic rewards to overall company success can reduce selfish behavior. Benefits and even pay play a secondary role in recruiting and retention.
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La successione in azienda: il caso Apple

La successione in azienda: il caso Apple | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it
One last thing, un'ultima cosa.Se Steve Jobs si fosse trovato a tenere una delle sue memorabili presentazioni, avrebbe forse introdotto così la...
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Talent Management Lessons From Apple (Part 4 of 4)

Talent Management Lessons From Apple (Part 4 of 4) | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

The purpose of this case study was to point out that with relentless execution and focus on key factors even a firm near bankruptcy can fight its way back to the top. In part 4 of this case study on talent management lessons, the attention is on development practices, role of management, and inspirational leadership.

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Steve Jobs and Management by Meaning

Steve Jobs and Management by Meaning | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

The institutional management theories have always looked at Steve Jobs' style as an exception because he was navigating a territory that is often obscure to management: the creation of meaning, both for customers and employees. By Roberto Verganti

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Learn How to Think Different(ly)

Learn How to Think Different(ly) | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

The study of over 5,000 entrepreneurs and executives shows that almost anyone who consistently makes the effort to think different can think different. Why don't more people spend more time doing it?

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Talent Management Lessons From Apple

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Apple Talent Management Approaches to Emulate. Agility Allows for Innovation into Completely New Areas. A “Lean” Talent Management Approach Contributes to Extraordinary Productivity. Build and Reinforce a Performance Culture
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