“‘What does Steve Jobs tell us about leadership in the 21st century?’ That’s all TIME Magazine‘s Rick Stengel had to ask Bill Clinton at a conference in Chicago on Oct. 11, 2011 — six days after Jobs’ death — to get the 42nd U.S. President started,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune.
“Clinton doesn’t really answer the question, except to say that he wasn’t sure Jobs’ leadership style wouldn’t have worked in the political arena ‘because you have to be somewhat more inclusive and you don’t have the same amount of authority without checks,'” P.E.D. reports. “(Or as the late Jef Raskin said of Apple’s co-founder: ‘He would have made an excellent King of France.’)”
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