“In my view, Blank can be considered representative of Silicon Valley thinking,” Woods writes. “But, in thinking about Blank’s argument and reading comments on the article, it became clear to me there are many weak points in Blank’s thesis that deserve scrutiny and reveal some ways that the prevailing assumptions of Silicon Valley thinking are unbalanced.”
Woods writes, “Blank’s analysis would be more complete if he admitted finding a visionary is hard and risky.”
Read more in the full article – recommended – here.
MacDailyNews Take: Once again:
Those who underestimate Tim Cook are in for a rude awakening. – MacDailyNews, April 9, 2014