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Leadership Style

Submit By: Imtiaz Ansari – BM-35107
Submit To: Sir Hussain khurasani

Institute of Business & Technology

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Liberal Art To Electronic Geek

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1955: Steven Paul was born in San Francisco, the son of Abdulfattah Jandali
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  1. 1. Leadership Style Submit By: Imtiaz Ansari – BM-35107 Submit To: Sir Hussain khurasani Institute of Business & Technology
  2. 2. Liberal Art To Electronic Geek
  3. 3. In Memoriam • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 1955: Steven Paul was born in San Francisco, the son of Abdulfattah Jandali and Joanne Schieble. He is quickly adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs 1968 :13-year-old Steve Jobs gets a summer job at the HP factory 1969: Steve Jobs meets Steve Wozniak, 5 years older. 1972: build and illegally sell 'blue boxes' that allow to make phone calls for free 1973: Steve spends the fall semester at Reed College, Oregon, then drops out. then move to a hippie commune. 1974: Steve gets his first job at Atari, and later makes a trip to India to 'seek enlightenment' with his college friend Dan Kottke 1 Apr 1976: Apple Computer Inc. is incorporated by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne 1983: PepsiCo CEO John Sculley becomes Apple's CEO 1984: Macintosh is launched in great fanfare at Apple’s annual shareholder meeting 1985: Steve Jobs resigns from Apple 1985: Starts NeXT 1995: Becomes President & CEO of Pixar Animation Studios 1996: Apple buys NeXT. Steve Jobs is named "informal adviser" to Apple CEO Gil Amelio 5 Oct 2011: Steve Jobs dies at home, surrounded by his family
  4. 4. Leadership Involvement • • • • • • Influence Intention Personal Responsibility Change Shared Purpose Followers
  5. 5. • Transactional • Charismatic • Transformational
  6. 6. • Persistency
  7. 7. Innovation Brings Leadership
  8. 8. Good artist borrow; Great artist steel Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower (Jobs)
  9. 9. An Unconventional Leader "high-maintenance co-worker" “We have an environment where excellence is really expected,” Jobs  “That's my job, to make sure everything is great.” “There are a lot of people out there claiming to be futurists,” Dr Coker
  10. 10. The Figurehead
  11. 11. • Apple goes public, increasing Steve Jobs' net worth from dozens of millions of dollars to over $200 million • One week after Toy Story is out, Pixar goes public. Steve Jobs's worth rises to $1.5 billion, more than it ever was during his first tenure at Apple • Apple, which was desperately looking for a modern operating system to buy, eventually buys NeXT for $400 million. • The news of Steve Jobs illness wiped $20 billion off Apple’s share price.
  12. 12. Drove people to do things which they think is imposable I have a team which is totally inspired; they can march through walls to get where we need to go. I only want march with A players
  13. 13. Lessons 1. The leadership team of an organization must include nothing but all-stars. 2. Never stop asking “Why?” or “Why Not?”  3. Discover your top employees and cultivate them. 4. Continuously ask questions of young leaders. 5. The key brand issue is trust. 6. Too many organizations cut costs and quality. 7. Be a part of an organization that can change the world. 8. Use meetings exclusively for strategy and brainstorming. 9. Intuitive decisions have a better track record than extensive approval processes. 10. Hire only passionate employees
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