New Book Offers a Look Into the Management Style of Tim Cook

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    When it comes to Steve Jobs and its leadership style, there are plenty of books to choose from, many which were written when the late Apple co-founder was still alive. However, Tim Cook’s way of leading the way at Apple is lesser known. A new book, called the “Haunted Empire, Apple After Steve Jobsâ€, written by former WSJ reporter Yukari Iwatani Kane, tries to shine a light into how Tim Cook runs the company and how his style differs from the iconic Steve Jobs had:

    Iwatani Kane further describes Cook in his book saying that he was a very disciplined, realistic but yet incredibly motivational leader:

    Albeit Tim Cook seems very friendly in his interviews, as it turns out, he didn’t like to engage in personal conversations with Apple’s employees and actually worked out a different gym than the one at Apple’s quarters.

    It’s curious to learn that despite not having to worry about money, he was know to be frugal.

    If you’re interested in learning more about Tim Cook, then you can purchase the ‘Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs’ book by Yukari Iwatani Kane which currently retails on Amazon for around $20.

    Source: iPhoneForums

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