Tim Cook second year speaks the religion of football, the religion of product and the North Star at Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. http://bit.ly/14QABu9 “We’re going to do what’s right… in lobbing the ball forward.” “Frankly speaking, I see a wide open field” ~TimCook, Today at Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference
If you were not reared in Alabama, football is like a religion there, hence the CEO of the most respected large corporation in the world, utilizing the football analogy, with Southern accent despite the years in California, during Today’s ‘Goldman Sachs’ meeting.
Tim Cook, “We’re going to do what’s right” is going to need to be true when I use my time to call today. No, I will not use the iPhone 5 after the way one of your managers chose to behave.
Steve Jobs responded to my emails. Tim Cook and his team are so busy though. I was reared in Alabama and have a fun career in California like Tim Cook. I can only guess that it’s that our Moms are different types of people. I understand the not responding to emails by Tim, that’s smart business. We insource and outsource too. What’s confusing? Broken promises, reckless actions that can affect shareholders and referring our teams to the arrogant that, though assigned to us have had full voice mails. The poor little babies atApple, Inc. Apple, Inc … Can anyone help Tim Cook past the “silly sideshow” he mentioned repeatedly this morning so that his managers find friendly, responsible talent to finish processes they’ve initiated? Watch the “Butterfly Circus” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od2lg1ZC20s so you can find beauty in life instead of focusing on the “Silly (circus) Sideshows” you mentioned over and over… and over and over this morning in your live, predetermined spiel. Your choice to delay, as I’ve told you, has continued to be expensive. Anyone? Bob Mansfield, Phil Schiller (Alabama’s Auburn University graduate), Dan, Craig…Jonathan Ive – are you going to let someone from Alabama continue to build out Apple, Inc with the people skills of failed Compaq? ” I think that our North Star… can come from…great products.” and then “…but, the North Star for us is always great products.” ~Tim Cook … yes, “customers want that a-ha moment each time they use the product” ~Tim Cook … YES we do, as we’ve had since we were children (with Apple) – that was when you were working as a top executive with COMPAQ. Steve Jobs cared about the ‘fabulous’ experience, and he also cared about PEOPLE SKILLS. Please, you’re from Alabama, you know, where you’re supposed to be nice (not arrogant)… work on your ecosystem. “(The Product) that’s the only RELIGION that WE have, we must do something great… all of this other stuff, we sweat the details on those” ~Tim Cook … yes, the product is supposed to be GREAT… and the PEOPLE are supposed to care. At the moment, your management has chosen to ignore the promises it has made to our teams.