Will Jobs biography trigger a 'jerk explosion'?

Will corporate managers mis-learn lessons from biography of Apple co-founder?


Affix jerky and bullying behavior to a man celebrated for most of the past decade -- never mind the two months since he died -- as a tech visionary and modern-day corporate icon, and you can understand McNichol's concern that with "the emergence of the Jobs biography as a kind of sacred text for managers, the ranks of bosses who see Bad Steve's nastier traits as something to imitate is liable to swell."

I'd love to see what readers think of this. And if anyone has seen signs of managers in the corporate world turning into (or becoming bigger) jerks in the past six weeks or so, let us know in the comments section below.

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