Harvard Review

Decoding Steve Jobs

Observations on Steve Job's legacy – and Apple's leadership future – are only just beginning. In recent years, many leading thinkers have contributed their thoughts on the Jobs phenomenon on HBR.org. We've compiled a few of the most insightful here, and we invite you to read them through the lens of business lessons to be learned. We've selected six pieces: two from after Jobs's August 2011 retirement and four from before. We hope you will enjoy them, learn from them, and continue to turn to HBR.org for ideas and inspiration.
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    Xuraman Memmedovashared an impression2 years ago
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    Xuraman Memmedovahas quoted2 years ago
    Great world leaders have often lost power, struggled, then returned as better leaders; Nelson Mandela's 27 years in prison are an extreme but instructive case. Perhaps corporate leaders also need time away from a company they begin with, in order to open their minds to new possibilities. Perhaps the pause button should be turned into a career accelerator.
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