Inside Apple has ratings and reviews. Anne said: I read Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs before I read Inside Apple. Taken together, b. . Inside Apple: How America’s Most Admired–And Secretive–Company Really Works is a business and economics book on the systems, leadership patterns, strategies, and tactics adopted by Apple Inc.. The book was authored by Adam Lashinsky, who is the Senior Editor-at-Large for. In Inside Apple: How America’s Most Admired — and Secretive — Company Really Works, Adam Lashinsky, a senior editor at Fortune.
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This will happen gradually, perhaps imperceptibly. Maybe I had too high of expectations, but I was disappointed with this book compared to the other books I have read about Apple Inc.
The system is a well-oiled, proven one insidr gives Apple the ultimate level of control over its supply chain activity overseas.
There are other risks. An edited transcript of the interview follows.
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Not only is there quite a bit of new fodder about Apple and its workings, but it helped explain some of my dealings with not only Apple HQ, but those who have worked there in management roles who are now at other organizations. Everybody at Xpple wants out, and everybody outside Apple wants in.
I did learn some cool stuff I hadn’t known before like the origination of the ‘i-‘ and how it was actually InfoGear that had the ‘iPhone’ title originally branded, until in typical Steve Jobs fashion it was repurposed for Apple. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Fortune posts excerpt from Lashinsky’s ‘Inside Apple’
Still a Google guy, but appreciate and respect the Apple Story. Certain chapters do pertain to Tim Cook and other Apple execs, but Steve Jobs was always the backbone of the company. On pg “Apple very likely will stop being an “insanely great” company.
NewsReviewsTop stories Tagged: That really reassured me that the iPhone 5 and iPad 3 are going to be worth my money. Overview Music Video Charts. The book had some good Steve quotes and a smattering of insider information, but really, the era of Total Secrecy at Apple is far from over.
Apple created an elaborate and unnerving system to enforce internal secrecy.
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Visitors are allowed at Apple offices, but they are kept under aple wraps. These are changes, sure, but Apple was changing all the time. That whole section seemed wrong to me for a company that prides itself on ingenuity and new ideas. My advice, buy it cheap, read it fast and move on. Nov 14, stan rated it liked it. They also just have more balls in the air than they have had at any point in the last 15 years, and they are either going to have to figure out how to continue to keep those balls lashinsyk the air, or they are going to need some radical lashinnsky thinking about how to compartmentalize the things that they do.
Feb 13, Ritij Kapoor rated it really liked it. Steve Jobs hated Fox News. The book is very interesting and hard to put down.
‘Inside Apple’ Book by Adam Lashinsky Coming on January 25th
More by Adam Lashinsky. The book was a wonderful read as much as it was insightful, but I am a fan of Lashinsky’s writing in periodicals and have ensured I caught them for my own reading.
To ask other readers questions about Inside Appleplease sign up. However, with his passing, the questions of how well will the company be able to carry on with his legacy and success will persist for lwshinsky time.
It’s an interesting look into how a multi-national company can often bend to one person’s will while trying to keep its rhythm of business alive.
Author also discussed about Tim and all other apple executive and their modern work methodology which was quiet interesting. All of those events could occur in the next six months, and Apple could still be an “insanely great” company at the end of The only thing missing is that next level of depth that only a defected Apple employee could provide.
The internal culture of Apple is one of perfectionism where the product is elevated as the first and foremost priority in every aspect of business. What do you think are the pros and cons for Apple?