Musk is right, today Steve Jobs is still generally perceived as being "way cooler" than him. But that could change. What will the history books conclude, in 10 or 20 years from now?
In today's overhyped, over messaged world, those who break through and grab our attention are those who are shticky. But lest you thought Shtickiness is only the purview of performers, think again.
One thing is for certain, this case will be a classic for MBA students filed under "don't forget your core competency."
Innovation is wonderful, but on its own it's not the holy grail. Other things matter just as much in creating a great company or product, most notably execution and focus. Apple excels at these things. That's why I use an iPhone and iPad. Innovation without execution produces footnotes to history, such as the Xerox Alto and Star.
Also Apple's CEO Tim Cook should develop his own personal founder's vision as a guiding principle. Especially, if he wants to project a company vision that communicates to employees, shareholders and clients a credible and promising future.
Is it just or me, or does it seem that we only hear things about her that are, well, less than flattering? And why is that the case? Is it because of her relatively distinct position?
The ones that break out are those that get to be who they are despite the holdbacks, the obstacles, the naysayers.
Make stories part of your culture -- and more than that, the integrity of your culture. All-hands meetings can be pivotal here. Stories are often the best way to relate how a company is doing, what people are doing well, and what they could be doing better.
If Christie really wants to issue a genuine apology, he could start by admitting, in time-honored 12-step fashion, the obvious: My name is Chris Christie and I am a bully.
As apps become more and more significant in our society, are they opening up our world or are they shutting it down? How are the advantages of face to face contact as relevant when we have cutting-edge, digital toys to interact with?
The Homebrew members were, and it turns out most still are, inquisitive and always searching for new and better ways to design computers, software, communications and related technology. Knowingly or not, they activate novelty, complexity, and problem solving, the triad of qualities that stimulate brain activity including neuronal production and connections.
Are the people who "fall in love" with Macs stupid, gullible individuals? Well this argument could be used with any fanatic of any operating system. But there's one thing that possibly makes the Mac user more "dumb."
The days of large scale, ground-breaking, innovative products have disappeared with Steve's passing. It is as if the creativity wheels stopped turning once the technology king was gone. The current market is a mixture of semi-nextgen products.
The Wish List is a compilation of the best unproduced, unwritten screenplays in Hollywood. The fourth annual list is determined based on a comprehensive voting process involving a tribunal of studio development executives, the BCS computer ranking algorithm, and Adam Levine.
Top U.S. entrepreneurs gathered at the United Nations Headquarters in NYC last month with Empact100, a nonprofit that connects disruptive innovators.
Our kids listen to their music in private, an activity hidden from us like the text messages and snapchats they send to friends over their smart phones.