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Ebook Att bli Steve Jobs by Brent Schlender read! Book Title: Att bli Steve Jobs
The author of the book: Brent Schlender
Language: English
Format files: PDF
ISBN 13: 9789176455722
The size of the: 633 KB
Edition: Modernista
Date of issue: 2015
ISBN: 9176455726

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Att bli Steve Jobs är en djuplodande och nyanserad biografi som ifrågasätter den etablerade bilden av Steve Jobs som lika delar geni och skitstövel, som en självisk och temperamentsfull ledargestalt, hänsynslös mot både medarbetare och vänner.
Utifrån intervjuer med Steve Jobs inre krets - familj, vänner och konkurrenter - har journalistveteranerna Brent Schlender & Rick Tetzeli (den förstnämnde även personlig vän till Jobs) tecknat ett betydligt mer mångfacetterat och intimt porträtt av Jobs än tidigare biografier. Med avstamp i hans första tid som grundare och VD för NeXT och köpet av Pixar 1986 framträder en person som genomgår en långsam men dramatisk utveckling, kantad av misstag, omskakande insikter och misslyckanden.
Här besvaras inte minst den mest brännande frågan om Apple-VD:ns liv och karriär: Hur kunde en ung man som var så nyckfull och arrogant att han blev utslängd från företaget han var med och grundade komma tillbaka och bli en av vår tids mest visionära företagsledare? En person som skulle förändra miljarder människors vardagsliv?

BRENT SCHLENDER rapporterade löpande om Steve Jobs och Apple i Wall Street Journal och Fortune under nästan 25 år. Han kände dessutom Steve Jobs personligen, och använder sig i den här boken av material både från sina många intervjuer med Jobs och från deras inofficiella samtal.

RICK TETZELI, chefredaktör på Fast Company, har skrivit om teknik i två decennier. Han har tidigare varit redaktör på både Fortune och Entertainment Weekly.

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Ebook Att bli Steve Jobs read Online! Brent Schlender, 60 years old, is a writer, editor, and author, best known for his award-winning magazine profiles of prominent entrepreneurs and business leaders of the Digital Revolution. In 2010, SVForum, the largest and oldest industry organization in Silicon Valley, awarded Schlender its Visionary Award for personifying the spirit innovation and entrepreneurship with his journalism. And in March of 2015, Crown Business published “Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader,” the culmination of a three-year collaboration between Schlender and writing partner Rick Tetzeli.

Schlender wrote analytical business stories for 30 years, first for The Wall Street Journal starting in the late 1970s, and continuing after 1989 through a 20-year career as a bureau chief and editor-at-large at FORTUNE magazine. He wrote dozens of in-depth feature stories about the exploits of many of Silicon Valley’s most famous figures – Apple’s Steve Jobs, Intel’s Andy Grove and Craig Barrett, Oracle’s Larry Ellison, Sun’s Scott McNealy and Bill Joy, Google’s Eric Schmidt, and Pixar’s John Lasseter and Ed Catmull, to name just a few.

Schlender also is considered the journalistic authority on Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates, who he first met in 1985. And over the years, he wrote extensively about Sony Corp. over the decades, and worked closely with each of the company’s CEOs, starting with founder Akio Morita. During Peter Drucker’s final years, Schlender wrote many articles based on extensive, in-depth interviews with the famous management guru. His stories have been characterized both by his extended and intimate access to his subjects, and by the depth of his background reporting and knowledge of business and technology. But his writing also reflects his extensive worldly experience of working and living abroad, primarily in China, Japan, and Latin America.

Schlender and his wife of 31 years, Lorna Jacoby, live in San Mateo, CA. He has many other creative interests as well. For many years he played tenor saxophone in a Bay Area jazz and rhythm and blues ensemble, and more recently has explored making digital visual art. And in 1999-2000 he worked with film director Robert Altman and cartoonist Garry Trudeau to develop a television series called “Killer App” about genius, greed, skullduggery and vanity in Silicon Valley.



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