A little while back I read this article in Wired
magazine titled, "How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong."
He sounds like an evil genius...
Likewise, Robert Sutton's 2007 book, The No Asshole Rule, spoke out against workplace tyrants but made an exception for Jobs: "He inspires astounding effort and creativity from his people," Sutton wrote. A Silicon Valley insider once told Sutton that he had seen Jobs demean many people and make some of them cry. But, the insider added, "He was almost always right."
"Steve proves that it's OK to be an asshole," says Guy Kawasaki, Apple's former chief evangelist. "I can't relate to the way he does things, but it's not his problem. It's mine. He just has a different OS."
I really liked this CNNMoney.com/Fortune
bit on him.
Love him, hate him or indifferent?