How closely is Apple’s success tied in with company co-founder and CEO, Steve Jobs? Business Week Online wants to know.
“Apple essentially invented the personal computer. Then, thanks to a series of strategic and product mistakes, it watched its market share dwindle to single digits after Steve Jobs had been excommunicated,” Business Week Online says. “His return revitalized the company and its product line — though Apple has yet to regain its lost share of overall computer sales.”
Business Week Online wants to know what you think of Jobs’ second-time-around as head honcho at Apple. An
online survey lets you answer the following questions: How would you rate Steve Jobs as a product innovator? How would you rate Steve Jobs as a CEO? Do you think that with Jobs as its leader, Apple can regain its former might, with a market share in the low-to-mid double digits? Were Jobs to leave Apple again, do you think the company could continue to prosper?