Inside Apple has ratings and reviews. Anne said: I read Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs before I read Inside Apple. Taken together, b. . Inside Apple: How America’s Most Admired–And Secretive–Company Really Works is a business and economics book on the systems, leadership patterns, strategies, and tactics adopted by Apple Inc.. The book was authored by Adam Lashinsky, who is the Senior Editor-at-Large for. In Inside Apple: How America’s Most Admired — and Secretive — Company Really Works, Adam Lashinsky, a senior editor at Fortune.
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Well written, concise, easy read. It is a somewhat generalized insight into Apple Corporation structure a;ple methods, more about Apple and less about Steve Jobs, though he can hardly be ignored in any work about Apple. Click I Have iTunes to open it now.
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Inside Apple by Adam Lashinsky. The book begins with avery unique organizational chart showing how the CEO position is at the center of the company and not the top. However, Apple was not an exciting and funplace for relaxing computer software geeks.
On pg “Technology wonks like to gripe that Apple’s produ This book was supposed to be a study of Apple from a business perspective, but it fails in almost every regard. I spoke with very senior people and very junior people and everybody in between. Inside Apple aapple a must-read for any self-professed Apple fan. To download from the iTunes Store, get iTunes now.
Now it would move in unison, fiefdoms would be banished, and employees would focus on whatever it was they did best–and nothing else. Dec 14, Mahmoud Shehata rated it it was ok.
You ask, do people operate independently of the org chart? So far, Apple has not changed much at all. I think if companies want to emulate Apple, they need to take a piecemeal approach to it. The creative side of the business that was dominated by Steve Jobs is made up of lifers or near lifers who value only an Apple way of doing things—hardly the typical creative mind-set. If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. Refresh and try again. The book is available on Amazon, at your local Barnes and Noble, and the iBookstore.
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Another enjoyable read about Apple. Its people do not typically multitask; they focus on one thing. But the Apple that emerges in Lashinsky’s book is a high-stress nose-to-the-grindstone, need-to-know culture where the focus is exclusively on a narrow range of activities associated with one’s current work assignment.
What will Apple do? Aug 05, anna b rated it liked it Shelves: One More Thing ‘Nuff said. It is debatable if that sense of teamwork can last, especially now that the visionary input lashinsku Steve Jobs is gone. As the author is a senior editor with Fortune Magazine and frequent contributor on Fox News business shows who has written about Apple in the past, I’m sure he had his sources.
The book’s downfall was it seemed mainly opinion based, and I feel like I didn’t really learn too many trade secrets or new information, just how the company runs as a business to the common person. Whatever Jobs did worked and we’ll see for the era of Tim Cook. Taken together, both books create a fuller understanding of Apple than each on its own. Considering Apple is a very unique, one of its kind and extremely successful company, indide book is worth reading.
And once we figure out that you can be trusted, then you will find out the specifics of your position. This author seems to have the least access into apple.
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If you have read Steve jobs book then there is nothing new here. The author has quite clearly defined how Apple has become the Apple today and what differentiated them from other companies and what It’s hard for outsiders to imagine how Apple really works. Cast aside once your specific project is over. Apple is very focused. All of those events could occur in the next six months, and Apple could still be an “insanely great” company at the end of Turn your old Apple devices into quick cash.
This would typically be talented engineers whose skills would be required elsewhere. Lahsinsky will find out, but as secretive as Jobs was, he would go ahead and spill the beans laahinsky he felt like it.
The author had no real interviews or insiders while writing the book, and personally I feel like that hurt the book, but also helped it since it’s different than all the other books really. There are also some very strange issues and inaccuracies in the book which are very illuminating, and I’ll just go straight to quotes from some of the troublesome parts that justify my one star review. Its people and institutional bearing are off-the-charts arrogant, yet at the same time they are genuinely fearful of what would happen if their big bets go bad.