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 Cookâ€™s way of leading the way at Apple is lesser known. A new book, called the â€œHaunted 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 didnâ€™t like to engage in personal conversations with Appleâ€™s employees and actually worked out a different gym than the one at Appleâ€™s quarters.
Itâ€™s curious to learn that despite not having to worry about money, he was know to be frugal.
If youâ€™re interested in learning more about Tim Cook, then you can purchase the â€˜Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobsâ€™ book by Yukari Iwatani Kane which currently retails on Amazon for around $20.