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How to Lead Like Apple’s Steve Jobs and Create Significant Market Differentiation for Your Company

I don’t normally offer other articles for you to read but yesterday I read this article on Apple and its CEO Steve Jobs.

The article at FastCompany.com provides outstanding insights into Apple’s resurgence and Jobs’ unique leadership approach that has made Apple the company to catch in the high-tech world.

Business leaders at all size companies, in all industries and even leaders of non-profit organizations can learn things in this article to lead their organizations in ways that can differentiate them from their competition in the marketplace.

You can enjoy the article, “Invincible Apple: 10 Lessons From the Coolest Company Anywhere” at this link.

’til next time, make it a great week!

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