Tim Cook on Collaboration, Leadership, Intuition, Breaking Rules, More [Video]

Tim Cook on Collaboration, Leadership, Intuition, Breaking Rules, More [Video]

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Check out these new videos of Apple CEO Tim Cook speaking to students and alumni when he returned to Duke University's Fuqua School of Business for his 25th reunion.

Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke to students and alumni at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business in April 2013. Cook earned his MBA from Fuqua and returned to the school for his 25th reunion. Cook talked about intuition, collaboration, ethics, breaking the rules, how to lead, and leaders who inspire him in conversations with Dean Bill Boulding.

Take a look below...

[via BI]

Luigi - June 3, 2013 at 4:01am
Don't like this bum
tedkupa - June 3, 2013 at 1:09am
"stealing is not right" but when happens cupertino hypocrite turns to court funded by US taxpayers
kafantaris2 - June 2, 2013 at 7:25pm
Amen to Tim Cook’s advice not to always follow rules. Nobody got where others have not by doing so. But this does not mean we can also create our own reality. Yet Tim said this of Apple’s forthcoming wrist watch: "I wear glasses because I have to. I don't know a lot of people who wear them because they don't have to. The wrist is more interesting." Actually Tim, Google Glasses are more interesting and offer the richer experience. The wrist watch does not. In fact it's boring -- and leaves one hand useless. Why would we want to do that? No, Tim, that dog won't hunt. So you'd better get started with Apple Glasses or you'll be on the outside looking in.
Merlin - June 2, 2013 at 9:22pm
Tim Cook is the Steve Balmer of Apple. They understand finances, but are NOT a visionaries. Steve may have left 4-5 years plan of new products behind, but tecnology time changes fast, what seems cool today, may not be tomorrow. Whether you realize it or not, upcoming WWD will not only disclose the future of iOS, but also the near future Apple!
Daniel Batista - June 7, 2013 at 9:43am
And that is why there is consumerism