At Vox Media’s Code Conference 2022 in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he held traditional Monday 9:00 Steve Jobs meetings for Apple’s top executives to discuss the company’s biggest issues. .
Tom Huddleston Jr. for CNBC:
Tim Cook says it was never his goal to run Apple exactly like Steve Jobs did. But Jobs’ influence is still strongly felt in the company, Cook says, and probably always will be.
“We don’t sit down and say, ‘What would Steve do?’ He told us not to, “Cook said Wednesday at Vox Media’s Code Conference 2022 in Los Angeles.” But the reality was, he was by far the best teacher I ever had. Those teachings survive, not just in me. in a whole group of people who are [at Apple]. “
“In many ways, it’s still run the way Steve set it up,” Cook said, also citing Apple’s continuing practice of having only one profit and loss account, instead of splitting the company into separate business units. for each product group.
Note from MacDailyNews: Tim Cook revealed some advice Jobs gave him in 2011
Among his latest advice he had for me, and for all of you, was never to ask what he was going to do. “Only do what’s right.”
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