Apple University Teaches Students To Think Like Steve Jobs

With the passing of the irreplaceable Steve Jobs earlier this week, many people are speculating on the future of Apple. There is concern that without the visionary, Apple will not be able to come out with the groundbreaking inventions that they are known for.

Not to worry, Jobs anticipated this and created an Apple University to teach young innovators how to think like him.

Here is more from the LA Times: “‘Steve was looking to his legacy. The idea was to take what is unique about Apple and create a forum that can impart that DNA to future generations of Apple employees,’ said a former Apple executive who spoke on the condition of anonymity to preserve his relationship with the company. ‘No other company has a university charged with probing so deeply into the roots of what makes the company so successful.’”

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