Steve Jobs: An Extraordinary Profession

We look back at how Apple founder developed a business that changed the tech industry. 4/1mXsntMhGo8″ height=”1″ width=”1″ alt =””/ > Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM….

Is Zoom the next Android or the next BlackBerry?

Is Zoom the next Android or the next BlackBerry?

As someone who was at both BlackBerry and Android during their prime times, my biggest learning takeaway is that item experience trumps whatever else. Is Zoom the next Android or the next BlackBerry? As Zooming into a video conference or a class is today, so too was pulling out your BlackBerry to fire off an e-mail or examine your stocks circa 2002. As somebody who was at both BlackBerry and Android throughout their prime times, my biggest takeaway is that product experience defeats whatever else. When the iPhone was launched, numerous people within BlackBerry appropriately pointed out that we had a technical leg up on Apple in numerous locations crucial to service and enterprise users (not to mention the physical keyboard for rapidly cranking out emails)… but how much did that advantage matter in the end? …

The rise of the human-centric CEO

The rise of the human-centric CEO

The peacetime CEO/wartime CEO structure is plainly valuable– it forces us to dissect the behavioral shifts required to survive in a crisis. That being stated, it needs to progress. Naturally, we are hearing frequent allusions to peacetime CEO/wartime CEO as a framework to assist navigate the landscape. At a micro level, the lost application of peacetime CEO/wartime CEO can basically alter a company for the worse. The peacetime CEO/wartime CEO structure is plainly important– it requires us to dissect the behavioral shifts necessary to endure in a crisis. As everlasting optimists, however, we see chance in this crisis for the broader industry: the rise of the human-centric CEO. We think CEOs ought to strive to become human-centric….