• The rapid-fire way Steve Jobs got employees to tell him what was wrong

    6 days ago - By Chron

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    Steve Jobs developed two questions to learn about problems at Pixar.
    On Medium, San Francisco-based marketing professional Andy Raskin wrote that he adopted Jobs' strategy to get more honest feedback.
    Other leaders and leadership experts have recommended asking employees questions that can't be answered with yes or no, so employees will feel compelled to give thoughtful responses.
    Steve Jobs spent most of his time at Apple in the early 2000's. But he wasn't just leading the groundbreaking technology company - he was also a chairman and primary investor at...
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  • The rapid-fire way Steve Jobs got employees to tell him what was wrong

    6 days ago - By Business Insider

    Steve Jobs developed two questions to learn about problems at Pixar .
    On Medium , San Francisco-based marketing professional Andy Raskin wrote that he adopted Jobs' strategy to get more honest feedback.
    Other leaders and leadership experts have recommended asking employees questions that can't be answered with yes or no, so employees will feel compelled to give thoughtful responses.
    Steve Jobs spent most of his time at Apple in the early 2000's. But he wasn't just leading the groundbreaking technology company - he was also a chairman and primary investor at Pixar.
    So, when he met the team...
    Read more ...