Lessons learned about Innovation and Leadership from Isaacson’s SteveJobs | Disrupting Higher Ed | Scoop.it

The recent Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson is, I found, un-put-downable and compelling: a sweeping, stimulating, poignant narrative of one of the most fascinating persons of our era.

Isaacson doesn’t hold back on the negatives: this is not a hagiography. As fascinating as the book is, it does not lead you to like Jobs as a person, and it leads you only to a very qualified degree of admiration for him as a leader, even as you are (or I was) astounded by his accomplishment.

Via Ana Cristina Pratas