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    Steve Jobs Jade Alexie Scott-Barria Ms.Fama September24, 2012 Timeline (February 24 1955 – October 5 2011) February 24, 1955 - Steven Paul was born in San Francisco. He was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs. Summer 1968 – When Steve Jobs was 13-years-old

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    Marina Szabo Professor Dana Kerrigan English 15 March 19,2012 Steve Jobs Everyone is unique on this plant. We share the air and shine to live but we all do things in our own ways. Some people don’t do anything with their lives and others do great things with theirs. One particular person that has done great things with his life is Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs wasn’t some original person, he was a creative, crazy, rebellion, and over all a life changing person that wanted to make a difference

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    the world, Steve Jobs is one of the successful leaders that managed to achieve great success for an organization. Therefore, Steve Jobs is the leader that I personally admire and would like to emulate. According to Gallo (2011, p. 4), Jobs was named the best-performing CEO in the world by the Harvard Business Review. Jobs was given the title as he delivered “a whopping 3188% industry adjusted return (34% compounded

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    style of Steve Jobs at Apple Incl. Apple is known for high innovation and employee satisfaction. The company is main contributor to the design aspect of the modern computer and smart-phone industry. The main contributor to the same is Steve Jobs. Steve through transformational leadership and through people oriented attitude created the Apple Inc. The company is known for simplicity and high

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    Apple Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs created Apple with very little money and a whole lot of determination. The two men had met while working at Hewlett Packard over the summer break when Jobs was in high school, Wozniak in college. In order to gain capital to get the company started, Jobs sold his van for $1500, and Wozniak sold his financial calculator for $250. Jobs who was part owner of a farm came up with the name. Apple Computers were incorporated in 1977. By 1980, the company was a publicly

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    The Life of Steve Jobs

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    Steve Paul Jobs was born in San Francisco, California on February 24th, 1955. He was born to Joanne Schieble, and Abdulfattah Jandali. Both of them were graduates of the University of Wisconsin. Unfortunately, they gave the unnamed (Steve)son up for adoption. His father, Abdulfattah Jandali, was a Syrian political science professor and his mother, Jonne Schieble worked as a speech therapist. Later after they gave Steve up for adoption the married couple had another child, Mona Simpson. It was not

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    Steve Jobs As A Leader

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    question by using Steve Jobs as a model. We will also use 3 core concepts from the course material Leadership: A communication perspective by M. Hackman & C. Johnson to see why Steve Jobs is considered a leader based off his characteristics. The 3 core concepts will be coming from Chapter 1 (Leadership and Communication), Chapter 6 (Leadership and Influences) and Chapter 12 (Leader and Leadership Development). Throughout each of these chapters we will pull out theories to support Steve Jobs leadership

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    ago none of these devices were available for purchase because they had not yet been invented. If it wasn’t for Steve Jobs these devices as we know them today may not exist. Because of Steve Jobs people all around the world now own or have access to one if not all of these devices. Steve Jobs died on Oct. 5, 2011 at age 56 from pancreatic cancer (Gambino, 2011). In my opinion Steve Jobs is a famous historical figure because of how he helped revolutionize the tech industry. The history on wWhether

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    The Speech Of Steve Jobs

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    ” by Jimmy Valvano and “You’ve got to find what you love,” by Steve Jobs. Each and every one of these speeches was written by men who were challenged to make difficult decisions in their lives which would inadvertently affect their future in one way or another. The most current speech of the four is Steve Jobs’ “You’ve got to find what you love.” His speech targets college graduates of the 21st century. After I read Steve Jobs’ speech, I understood the power of his words. At the beginning

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    Steve Jobs And The World

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    Steve Jobs Steve Jobs does that ring a bell well it should, as he is the reason for most of the gadgets in your pocket and hands. Steve Jobs is the founder and was the CEO of Apple. With out him most of you would have no iPads,iPhones,iPods and iOS or you could be a Samsung person.Steve has revolutionized technology and Communion throughout the world. His importance To me is that with out him I would not be typing and my normal days would be extremely different. Those are the reasons why he

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