As a Leader
Mohammad Aman Nawabi
MBA Student 2013
T ABLE OF CONTENTS
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make the difference between the success and the failure of the organization. As per the sentence Steve jobs is the concrete example of a lifetime natural successful leader, evidence is the Apple’s success. Apple’s market capitalization is over $300 Billion (Elmer-Dewitt, 2011) making it the second...
blamed others because he always saw himself right.
Type A Leader
We found that Steve Jobs is a “type A” personality because of the following things:
1- Control freak, as he cared about the details and didn't like to stand watching others do things.
2- Competitive and task oriented...
Steve Jobs also classified as charismatic and visionary leader. Charismatic leadership results when a leader uses the force of personal abilities and talents to create profound and extraordinary effect on followers (Nelson, 2012). Many people who worked for Jobs experienced...
. Steve Jobs was also known for his excellent speeches and captivating his audience. Unfortunately in 2011, Steve Jobs lost a long battle to pancreatic cancer.
The characteristics of a superior leader are not hard to identify. Drive, integrity, self-confidence, and knowledge of business are...
former CEO Steve Jobs has since his rehiring back in 1998 made a huge difference. It is interesting to examine how Apple is structured as an organization, which type of leader Steve Jobs was, and what made him, not only a successful CEO, but also a role model in the world of technologies.
Steve Jobs--- Apple
Steve jobs as a leader, he leaded apple with innovation. He co-founded apple in his family garage. The Apple II kicked off the pc era in 1977. It was his determination and hard work due to which Apple is ranked no. 1 now...
Mirage Resorts Steve Wynn offers its employees that each employee job satisfaction and a high degree of commitment to the organization. The following are the reasons for the high job satisfaction and organizational commitment in the resort Mirage:
Wynn personality: Be optimistic and working...
of Tranformational Theory to Steve Jobs’s Leadership
4.0 Application of Transactional Theory to Steve Jobs’s leadership
5.0 Application of Hershey Blanchard Theory to Steve Jobs' leadership
6.0 Application of Path-Goal Theory to Steve Jobs’s leadership
7.0 Steve Jobs as a Charismatic leader
Leader, who transformed Apple from a company formed in a garage, to being one of the most successful companies in the world.
He suffered from cancer and after a long fought battle, died on 5th October 2011.
Below is my sincere effort to analyse profile of Steve Jobs as a leader who, by...
have been smart and have boosted your self-assurance. This chapter gives us an example of Steve Jobs. Even though many people doubted his ability to create world-changing products, Jobs never doubted his ideas and did things the way he thought were the best way. Without self-confidence, determination...
, Steve Jobs, a great leader and innovator, initiates an address that really shows his personal characteristics of a successful but simple man. He expresses how he has learned from every single event in his life and has followed his own heart and feelings towards a likely future for himself.
people who associated with Steve Jobs loved him and why they hated him, and why many people stayed at Apple even though by most standards they were treated very badly. Most people like Jobs’ vision, magnetism, charm drive and passion as a leader.
MANAGEMENT & CHARISMA
Charisma, a term...
decisions, thinking strategically, empowering employees, and designing team based structures (Mind Tools Ltd 2013).
* Steve Jobs and Sir Richard Branson both applied similar approach of being a transformational leader and valued factors such as quality and innovation for creating a successful...
succession planning is missing the point about organization is run
3.3 success strategy of Apple
As a leader, Steve Jobs’ charismatic and demanding presence has pervaded Apple and made it what it is today. Its products have had a significant impact on everyday life.
This means not purely...
Analyse which properties entrepreneurs should have in order to be successful.
Illustrate 5 examples of successful entrepreneurs.
Who doesn't know them? Carlos Slim Helu, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Karl Albrecht and Steve Jobs. All 5 entrepreneurs belong to rich and successful businessman. We...
simple, “Don’t lose faith” (Jobs). The one and only way to be successful is to do what you like to do and always hope for the best.
Your reasons for selecting this person
* Steve Jobs was an unconventional leader. His management style wasn't the stuff of university textbooks He was a "high...
” (Isaacson, citing Steve Jobs, 2011). That was to be the new Apple TV, but it never hit the market. Alan Deutschman immortalized the business concept of “Change or Die”. Apple needs to understand the consumers needs now more than ever before or be left behind. The company needs to understand that the...
organizational goals. Apple took this lead by having one person as the face and voice of the company CEO Steve Jobs. In doing this while trusting in the vision of CEO Steve Jobs Apple was able organize teams to take the company back to the top of the market in technology. Jobs innovative ideas for the...
, and iPhone.
` Apple have great strength even when they have its up and down through the years in their computer sales. Steve Jobs CEO was starting to wonder was this decision a temporary up or sustainable strategy for his company for the long run. This case study is all about strategic management...
between a leader and a follower.”
Steve Jobs is listed as the inventor or co-inventor on 342 United States patents. He played a key role in the creation of the Apple II, Macintosh, iMac, MacBook, iPod, iTunes, iPhone, and iPad. He died on Oct. 5, 2011 from complications of pancreatic cancer. Stanford Commencement Address, 12 Jun 2005
, how and why he was thrown out of it, how he created a few more successful businesses and the reasons behind his return to Apple is essentially the story of an entrepreneur and as a business leader...
III/ Steve jobs’ ideas and leadership
Steve Jobs is often called Silicon valley pioneer...
Nowadays, there are many successful business leaders in this world. For me, I like Steve Jobs most. In the first assignment, leader book analysis, I choose “Steve Jobs” as my book. Not only because Steve Jobs is a successful business leader, but also because I like his unique style of management...
his personality. The change of organisational culture and hierarchy is compared by O'Grady, (2009, 34) as the shift “from tall to very flat”.
The role of Steve Jobs at Apple is a role not of an ordinary leader but of a real cult leader who was highly respected and whose opinions were honoured...
context of specific situations. Nowadays everybody is talking about Steve Jobs and his revolutionary products. He undoubtedly created an immense viral obsession with new generation of products and in some way created the market for these products. However, the path of his development as a leader proved to...
who will give the authority to the employees (Yukl, 2006).
The nature of Jobs and Roddick’s leadership behaviours leads to the differences between these two leaders. While Anita is described as a participative leader, Steve Jobs is found to be an autocratic leader...
, a hardware development company. There has been much written about both leaders, their intense rivalry and their drive to be the best at what they do. Both men have revolutionised the information technology industry but with very different leadership styles. Without doubt Bill Gates and Steve Jobs...
because his leadership ability comes with his innate. Not a made up ability.
Steve Jobs as a confident leader often felt self –assured and he could accomplishhis goals. He felt strong and secure about his positions. Steve jobs felt a sense of certainty and believe that he was doing right thing...
, Steve Jobs had displayed personal characteristics as a leader. Steven Jobs returned back to Apple when the company was going through a terrible phase and with amazing leadership style of him, Steven Jobs brought success for Apple. There are three leadership styles which he used effective in...
Steve Jobs had a combination of the traits and personality characteristics noted by researchers that helped him succeed as a great leader. He had great drive and was passionate about his work. Many articles have been written about Steve Jobs’ tenure at Apple, and one of the most common themes...