If there is anything that Apple does well, it’s ensuring that every aspect of their design screams clean, simple and cutting edge. Even after the passing of Steve Jobs, his vision has lived on through his company because it mattered to him. Therefore, it matters to Apple.
Steve Jobs was able to reinforce his vision into the culture of the company he built. This is an important skill to have as a leader of a company.
In the latest Forbes.com article by Ken Krogue, he discusses his epiphany after purchasing several Apple products recently. He related his experience with the tech giant to his own professional experiences of the importance of attention to detail and the user experience.
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