Foroohar, Rana. “What Would Steve Do? ” Time. Time, 27 Feb. 2012. Web. 06 Sept. 2012. . The article is about how Steve Jobs. changed technology with his innovative ideas and management skills. Also, on how Jobs was an exceptional leader in the business world. The article is reliable, since it is from Time magazine. The research is biased, since the author obviously shows favoritism towards Jobs. The author, Rana Foroohar, is a qualified editor of the magazine. This article supports my idea on how passion and the big picture is important in a leader’s success.
Henson, Ramon. “Faculty Insight: The Leadership of Steve Jobs. ” Rutgers Business School. N. p. , 1 Nov. 2011. Web. 06 Sept. 2012. . The article talks about the two sided leadership style of Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs was a great leader, but he was also arrogant, dictatorial, and mean-spirited. The author, Ramon Henson, goes on to talk about the qualities and styles of a leader depend on the situation. The article is reliable, since it comes from the Rutgers business school.
The research is objective, because the author doesn’t take a stance on what leadership styles are the best. The source fits into my research, by showing the good and bad of Steve Jobs’s leadership. It provides a contrasting point of view. Isaacson, Walter. “The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs. ” Hbr. org. Harvard Business Review, Apr. 2012. Web. 6 Sept. 2012. . The magazine article is a brief biography of Steve Jobs, the official book on Jobs, and a few traits he had that made him such a great leader.
The article’s main focus is on Steve’s innovative technologies and the business skills Steve used to effectively run his business.. The source is reliable, but there is some obvious bias in it. The author of this article also wrote Steve Jobs’ biography. The source has a quote that will be able to directly support my idea on the qualities of a leader. Qualman, Erik. “Steve Jobs — 10 Lessons in Life & Leadership. ” Socialnomics. com. N. p. , Sept. -Oct. 2011. Web. 6 Sept. 2012. . The article is on the lessons on leadership and life that Steve Jobs taught us.
Each lesson also provides the example and context in which it was used by Jobs. The source seems reliable, since the website is a legitimate company that sells books and magazines. The research is objective, for the source provides clear facts and examples. The article provides clear examples for me to use in my essay. The source has helped me narrow my topic into specific leadership lessons Steve Jobs taught us. Wingfield, Nick. “Apple’s Tim Cook on Steve Jobs, Leadership and Manufacturing. ” Bits Blog. The New York Times, 30 May 2012. Web. 06 Sept. 012. . This magazine article is on Steve Jobs’s apprentice, Timothy Cook. It is all bout Jobs through Cook’s perspective. The article gives us insight on what people inside the company thought about Jobs’s leadership. The source is reliable, for it is from The New York Times. The author, Timothy Cook, is not biased, but the employees he interviewed were definitely biased. The author should definitely be qualified, since he has over 100 articles with The New York Times. The source provides an internal viewpoint of Steve Jobs, which is very useful.