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Tim Cook is the business profile, technology, biography and memoir book which tells the story of a leader who continued the legacy of Steve Jobs. Leander Kahney is the author of this superb book. Steve Jobs was a dreamer since his childhood and he never set himself in the trash. He faces many challenges in the world and especially when he decided to make his own brand.
Apple was his idea but nobody believes in him that Steve’s startup can be successful. He never listens to those people who doubt him. Steve has a strong belief in himself and this belief lead him to build the billion dollar industry. After the death of Steve, people think that Apple is finished and the company will lose its credibility soon.Tim Cook appointed as the new CEO of the Apple and he was nervous that how he will able to fill the gap that Steve left. Just after few years, the Apple begin to become more popular among the consumers.The customers are just loving the innovations of Apple products and especially the trademark iPhone. Tim led the Apple to become the first trillion-dollar company in the world. He satisfy his customers and employees. He believes that Apple’s product must be user friendly, user privacy and efficient. Tim journey is full of leadership, belief, trust and commitment.
Details About Tim Cook by Leander Kahney PDF
- Name: Tim Cook: The Genius Who Took Apple to the Next Level
- Authors: Leander Kahney
- Publish Date: April 16, 2019
- Language: English
- Genre: Business Profile, Biography, Memoir
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1.4 MB
- Pages: 320
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0525537600
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