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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In love with Adam Lashinsky’s writing.

‘Inside Apple’ Book by Adam Lashinsky Coming on January 25th

In a cover story for the magazine entitled The Genius Behind Steve: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Netflix ditches iTunes billing option for new subscribers. Whatever Jobs did worked and we’ll see for the era of Tim Cook. Throughout its history, Apple has unveiled products and features that either didn’t previously exist in the industry or represented meaningful leaps forward. Mar 17, David rated it it was ok.

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Inside Apple is a must-read for any self-professed Apple fan. It will confront a host of problems Secretive and compartmentalize like terrorist cell. I am not sure why I expected it to be What do you think are the pros and cons for Apple?

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You ask, do people operate independently of the org chart? Almost none of the managers have financial skills outside the finance function. Apple is so secretive internally, they keep secrets from each other.

‘Inside Apple’ Book by Adam Lashinsky Coming on January 25th

Will Apple find it easier or harder to hire disciples without the lure of Jobs? Additionally, they have odd relationships with analysts, marketing agencies and there media. So far, Apple appls not changed much at all. The author has quite clearly defined how Apple has become the Apple today and what differentiated them from other companies and what It’s hard for outsiders to imagine how Apple really works. At the corporation where I worked we had a departmental budget and, not unlike a government agency, we made sure apole spent it all in any given year so we could justify that much or more in the next year.

It was overwhelming to know about facts and incidents that I never knew about. Well written, concise, easy read.

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I think the book is well done considering ap;le Apple senior manager and probably no current employee would agree to an interview for the book. Overview Music Video Charts.

Apple is a military-like command-and-control organization where people lower down in the organization manage up. After four chapters are we seeing notable characteristics?

If we looked at the transition from iPad 1 to iPad 2, we might have assumed that the iPad 2 would be phased out. The only new information is about Apple University, and that information was already published as a Kindle Single months ago.


This book, even though it also seemed tightly edited, is an entertaining and fascinating look into the company.

Everything was for Steve and ultimately credited to Steve. Apple seems to be a place that is heaven for those that want nothing more than to be completely dedicated to their work.

I thought that these insights alone were worth reading the book. Another Valley engineer plays in a regular poker game with a team of Apple employees.

Why does it need to try to compete with Microsoft? Seems the Apple’s structure was customized to serve a visionary narcissist.

As what suggested by the author, most of us outsiders would think that working with Apple is cool and it is sort of a dream company you want to work or brag about working in. Jobs was rude, demanding, dictatorial, intuitive, and insightful, all to the nth degree. That really reassured me that the iPhone 5 and iPad 3 are going to be worth my money.

Only five executives were authorized to talk publicly about the iPhone when it launched in