Link: Tim Cook’s Apple ☍

Shared on May 24, 2012

Adam Lashinsky of Fortune shares a number of points about how things are changing with Tim Cook running the show at Apple, and one stuck out to me:

Unlike Jobs, who preferred to eat with design chief Jony Ive, Cook reportedly tends to sit down at the Apple corporate cafeteria and eat with various workers. “It is a small difference that speaks volumes about how employees can expect to interact with their CEO,” Lashinsky wrote. “Cook clearly is a demanding boss, but he’s not scary. He’s well-respected, but not worshiped.”

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