Author: Daniel Smith
Number Of Pages: 224
Package Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.0 x 0.8 inches
Release Date: 11-08-2014
Details: pple company has a major influence in the technological development of the present era. Starting with the death of Steve Jobs on 5 October 2011, How to Think Like Steve Jobs throws light on the impact the man had on the world. The book looks at how the journey of Jobs has its influences and inspirations from the likes of the American inventor Thomas Edison and the founder of Sony Electronics Akio Morita. Jobs thought differently from the rest and that lead to his success. With a strong sense of design in both functioning as well as appearance, Jobs had the mercurial ability to know what people wanted before they knew it themselves. and he also knew how to sell the idea. Jobs' influence in Silicon Valley changed the way the world sees technology. How to Think Like Steve Jobs examines the thought process and chiselled skills that Jobs used in his journey to the top. It is also the story of Apple's unique place in the public consciousness that Jobs made possible. Each chapter begins with a quote from Jobs. Anyone interested in Apple as a company or Steve Jobs as a businessman can find this book commendable and informative.