Steve Jobs for President (or: Apple Engineering for politics)

I admit it: I’ve star­ted rea­ding A Regu­lar Guy by Mona Sim­pson which starts out by the main cha­rac­ter deci­ding he would like to run for office. I am not enter­tai­ning any pet theo­ries on the likeliness of Steve Jobs ente­ring public poli­tics or run­ning for an office (or his par­ti­cu­lar talents making him a good choice).
How would poli­tics be re-engineered by the thought pro­cess that work on pro­ducts wit­hin Apple? What would be the things, the objec­tives the very, very per­fec­tio­nist mind of Steve Jobs would focus on? What could a radi­cal mind like his actually accomplish?

One thought on “Steve Jobs for President (or: Apple Engineering for politics)”

  1. My wife and I just wat­ched a kil­ler show on mr jobs and his role in pixar. The show opened me up to a brand new per­spec­tive into this awe­some man and why he is so suc­cess­ful. ever­yone even remo­tely inte­res­ted in apple and/or steve jobs, watch it on netflix…named the Pixar story.

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