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What Would Steve Jobs Do?

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  • 1. How The Steve Jobs Way Can Inspire Anyone To Think Differently And Win by Peter Sander
  • 2. RESPECT THROUGH VISION RESPECT THROUGH DETAILRESPECT THROUGH ACCOMPLISHMENTSRESPECT THROUGH BEING THE FACE OF THE PRODUCT
  • 3. 1. Customer 2. Vision 3. Culture 4. Product 5. Message 6. Brand
  • 4. See the See the Be thecustomer experience customer
  • 5. Selecting the team Organizing the team Sharing the passion Keeping the Focus
  • 6. Create an exciting vision.Find pirates.Seek diversity of experience.Look at the résumé; then look beyond the résumé.Keep the organization simple.Let people take intelligent risks.Avoid siloed organizations and avoid siloed thinking.Be the vision and be the product.Don’t be afraid to expect too much.Stay close to your team.Always set an excellent example.
  • 7. STEVE’S PRESENTATION DELIVERY METHODS Set the theme, told you what problems were being solved, set a road map for the solution, created memorable moments, and left the audience wanting more. Although carefully rehearsed—his presentations were casual in nature. The presentations were choreographed and rehearsed down to the finest details. Images were few, but they were shown in full-room size Clean, concise, and colorful. NO ALWAYS THE … BUT Calm and confident. CORPORATE SHOWMAN NOT FOR LAUGHS SPEAK UNPRETENTIOUS Clear and articulate, using short sentences and simple words, very seldom “techie.” Cadence and flow were almost ideal, with pauses and silence in the right places to allow the audience to digest his message or to build excitement. Genuine and credible; it was pretty clear that  a few other notable trademarks of Job’s he was saying what he thought, not what the presentations. audience wanted to hear. The presentation, the accompanying visuals, and the message were crisp, visually simple, and easy to grasp.

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