Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 24th May 2012 17:23 UTC
Apple "For their part, most Apple employees seem more than satisfied with Cook. He often sits down randomly with employees in the cafeteria at lunchtime, whereas Jobs typically dined with design chief Jonathan Ive. It is a small difference that speaks volumes about how employees can expect to interact with their CEO. At Apple, Jobs was simultaneously revered, loved, and feared. Cook clearly is a demanding boss, but he's not scary. He's well-respected, but not worshiped. As Apple enters a complex new phase of its corporate history, perhaps it doesn't need a god as CEO but a mere mortal who understands how to get the job done." A must-read. Quite fascinating.
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RE[2]: Comment by Radio
by Radio on Fri 25th May 2012 05:55 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by Radio"
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When he played the "nice Canadian" role, the first month, consulting everyone.

...Then he poured gazoline everywhere and lit an allumette.

Psychopaths always look nice at first.

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