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Entrepreneur steve jobs (2nd aug 2014)

  1. 1. Presented by: U Thaung Htaik Kyaw (M.C.Sc, MBA) Date : 2nd - Aug - 2014
  2. 2. Who is Entrepreneur?  Need of achievement  Perseverance  Moderate risk taker  Ability to see and act upon opportunities  Analytical Ability  Learning from mistakes  Planner  Flexibility  Energetic  Interpersonal Skill  Motivator  Forward Looking
  3. 3. • In 1976, Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak, with funding from multimillionaire A.C. "Mike" Markkula, founded Apple. • Before Wozniak co-founded Apple with Jobs, he was an electronics hacker. • Jobs and Wozniak had been friends for some time, having met in 1971, when their mutual friend, Bill Fernandez, introduced 21-year-old Wozniak to 16-year-old Jobs. • • Steve Jobs managed to interest Wozniak in assembling a computer and selling it. BEGINNING OF APPLE COMPUTERS
  4. 4. WORKED COMPANIES:  PIXAR ANIMATION STUDIO’S in 1986.  Next software inc in the period of (1987-1997).  APPLE COMPUTER INC in the period of (1976- 1986)
  5. 5. EARLY HISTORY:  Jobs was not happy at school in Mountain View so the family moved to Los Altos, California, where Steven attended Homestead High School.  His electronics teacher at Homestead High, Hohn McCollum, recalled he was "something of a loner" and "always had a different way of looking at things.
  6. 6. Continue  After school, Jobs attended lectures at the Hewlett-Packard electronics firm in Palo Alto, California.  In 1972 Jobs graduated from high school and register at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. After dropping out of Reed after one semester, he hung around campus for a year, taking classes in philosophy and immersing himself in the counterculture.
  7. 7. APPLE COMPUTER  Jobs and Wozniak put together their first computer, called the Apple I.  They marketed it in 1976 at a price of $666.  The Apple I was the first single-board computer with built-in video interface, and on-board ROM, which told the machine how to load other programs from an external source.
  8. 8. Passion of Steve Jobs  Even more than when he’s performing on stage, Steven P. Job's passion for personal computing comes through when he talks about the years he spent cajoling his designers to build what he presented today as the world’s “thinnest” computer.  Along with David Pogue, the Times technology columnist, I spent a half- hour with Mr. Jobs after he introduced the Mac Book Air this morning at the Macworld Expo.
  9. 9.  “Job's passion for personal computing comes through when he talks about the years he spent cajoling his designers to build what he presented today as the world’s “thinnest” computer.  O.K Steve Jobs has lost it or is going through an “innovator’s block” . He bugged his designers to built a computer that no one else ever wanted other than himself
  10. 10. Vision Of Business
  11. 11. Increase Your Innovation by Studying Apple’s CEO 1.Do What you love : Find something you love to do so much you can’t wait for the sun to rise to do it all over again. 2. Put a dent in the universe : Job’s vision was to put a computer in the hands of everyday people. Create a vision for your brand. In one sentence, explain how it moves society forward. 3.Kick start your brain : Creativity leads to innovative ideas. For Steve Jobs, creativity is connecting things, Jobs believes that a broad set of experiences expands our understanding of the human experience. A broader understanding leads to breakthroughs that others may have missed. Make more connections outside your field. Attend conferences that you normally would not attend. Travel more often. Hire partners and employees from outside your industry. Venture outside your comfort zone.
  12. 12. Increase Your Innovation by Studying Apple’s CEO 4. Sell dreams, not products. People who buy Apple products are not "consumers." They are people with hopes, dreams and ambitions. He builds products to help people achieve their dreams. 5. Say no to 1,000 things. Jobs is committed to building products with simple, uncluttered design. And that commitment extends beyond products. From the design of the iPod to the iPad, from the packaging of Apple's products, to the functionality of the Web site, in Apple's world, innovation means eliminating the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak. 6. Create insanely great experiences: Jobs has made the Apple stores the gold standard in customer service. The Apple store has become the world's best retailer by introducing simple innovations any business can adopt to create deeper, more emotional connections with their customers.
  13. 13. Increase Your Innovation by Studying Apple’s CEO 7. Master the message. Steve Jobs is the world's greatest corporate storyteller, turning product launches into an art form. You can have the most innovative idea in the world, but if you can't get people excited about it, it doesn't matter. For every idea that turns into a successful innovation, there are thousands of ideas that never gain traction because the people behind those ideas failed to tell a compelling story. 8. The only way to do great work is to love what you do. You’ve got to find what you love. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking; don’t settle. 9. Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition
  14. 14. 7 WAYS TO MAINTAIN SHEER DEDICATION TOWARDS WORK……………….. LEARDSHIP CRAZINESS CLARITY MOTIVATION CULTURE CREATIVITY EXCELLENCE
  15. 15. 10 PRODUCTS THAT DEFINED STEVE JOBS CAREER APPLE 1 (1976 ) LISA (1983 APPLE 2 (1977 ) MACINTOSH (1984)
  16. 16. IPOD (2001) I TUNE STORE (2003) IPHONE(2007) NEXT COMPUTER (1989) IMAC (1998) IPAD (2010)
  17. 17. AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
  18. 18. Jobs was awarded the National Medal of Technology by President Ronald Reagan in 1985, in the category "Greatest Public Service by an Individual 35 Years or Under“ On November 27, 2007, Jobs was named the most powerful person in business by Fortune magazine. In August 2009, Jobs was selected as the most admired entrepreneur among teenagers in a survey by Junior Achievement On November 5, 2009, Jobs was named the CEO of the decade by Fortune magazine. In November 2010, Jobs was ranked No.17 on Forbes: The World's Most Powerful People In December 2010, the Financial Times named Jobs its person of the year for 2010 On February 12, 2012, Jobs was posthumously awarded the Grammy Trustees Award, an award for those who have influenced the music industry in areas unrelated to performance.
  19. 19. Critical appraisal  Lack of eduction qualification.  Arrogant nature.  Fired from Apple  Recruiting  Overpriced product  No Philthrophy
  20. 20. THANK YOU

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