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  • 1. Business CommunicationPresentation on Role Model “Steve Jobs” Group Member: Sujit Hiren Phool Kumari
  • 2. Brief History• Born - February 24, 1955 San Francisco, California, U.S.• Board member - Walt Disney Company, Apple Inc.• Spouse - Laurene Powell• 4 Children – Lisa Brennan-Jobs, Reed, Erin, Eve• Died - October 5, 2011 (aged 56) Palo Alto, California, U.S.
  • 3. Life History Along with Joined a group Wozniak formed Technician at 1974 Atari, California 1975 named Homebrew Computer Lab 1976 ”Apple Computer Co.” 1977 1st year sales $2.7 million Introduced Resigned , but Purchased a revolutionarysmall co. “Pixar” 1986 retained the title 1985 model 1984 Chairman “Macintosh”
  • 4. Launched NeXT. Apple purchased Job returns back Aimed at as part-time 1988 Educational field 1996 NeXT software for $400 million 1976 consultant to CEO 1997 Computers directly sold to users over internet.Entered mobile “iBook” was Release of phone market 2007 unveiled 2000 “iMach” 1998 “iPhone”
  • 5. Milestones• Apple II (1977)• Lisa (1983)• Pixar (1986)• iMac (1998)• iPod (2001)• iTunes Music Store (2003)• iPhone (2007)• iPad (2010)
  • 6. Love what you do- Do what you love• Always follow your passion and your heart.• Can’t succeed if you dont like what you do.Curious - Be Creative• Be curious to learn new things.• Try to discuss about new ideas concepts• Be creative enough to apply your concepts.
  • 7. Be Original• Every apple product is unique in it self, he (Jobs) never copied any thing or followed any one.• Try to make a brand of your name.• Make sure every thing is Unique, Different, Genuine and Original.Keep Consumers demand in mind• Every Apple product is designed by keeping its consumers demand or need in mind.• Apple products are so user friendly that no matter how much youve paid for it when you start using the Apple, the only word which comes is “Awesome”.
  • 8. Conclusion“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it livingsomeone else’s life. Don’t be trapped bydogma-which is living with the results of otherpeople’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’opinions drown out your own inner voice. Andmost important, have the courage to followyour heart and intuition. They somehowalready know what you truly want to become.Everything else is secondary”