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MGT 380 Leadership for Ogranizaionts Instructor: Bill Davis Final Paper Leadership. Why is proper leadership important? Is there a model out there that makes a good leader? There are some who think that change is bad or there is fear when change is merely mentioned. Why is there so much apprehension about change, what is there to fear. “There is nothing to fear but fear itself” (FDR). We fear change because we fear that our world or our comfort zone being infringed upon. Apple Inc. has said “Here 's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They 're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo.…show more content…
Although the costs were high the desire a computer inside of the home was high. The Apple II gave the user the ability to work at the office at home as well use the computer for entertainment, truly a revelation for the modern home. I was seven years old in 1986, which was the year my parent bought an Apple II C for Christmas for our family. The tragedy in all of this is that I used that same computer in 1997 to type my senior project to graduate from high school. The Macintosh Portable was introduced in 1989 and by design was built to be just as powerful the its desktop version but at a weight of 17 pounds which can’t compare to the MacBookPro that I am writing this paper on right now. After the Macintosh Portable, Apple introduced the PowerBook in 1991. That same year, Apple introduced System 7, which was a major upgrade in the operating system that added color to the interface and added the ability for networking. The operating systems architecture remained the same until 2001. The success of the PowerBook and other products started to bring sustainability and profits to Apple. For some time, Apple was doing incredibly well, introducing fresh new products and generating increasing profits in the process. The magazine MacAddict named the period between 1989 and 1991 as the "first golden age" of the Macintosh. This was evident through all of the home computing. Mac’s were in schools and homes across America making Apple a household name

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