Sunday, October 30, 2011

Walter Isaacson

Mr. Isaacson originally refused to write Steve Job's biography.  Eventually he accepted.  However, he probably never thought that this was going to be, by far, his biggest bestseller.  Previously he had published biographies of Einstein, Kissinger and Benjamin Franklin but none of them ever came close to matching Steve Jobs who is a worldwide phenomenon. For many years, Alfred P. Sloan and Thomas J. Watson Jr. have been my models in business.  I always hesitated to learn about Jobs because he was a GENIUS.  If we are not one, what can we learn from him?   Well...  I'm already immersed in Steve's biography.


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