Professionalism In Steve Jobs

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Steve Jobs is was a college school dropout and loved spending time with his girlfriend Julie that loved art and spending time with his friend Daniel Kottke and they traveled to India together where they didn’t know what exactly to do with their life. Later on when Jobs worked at Atari where he found his friend Steve Wozniak had a special operating system that he has been working on and found it amazing, of being able to look at what you working on while you’re working on it. Steve Jobs found this such a good idea but when they got to Homebrew they didn’t get such good support and caught nobody’s attention. Although after selling their first 50 units of boards they seemed to have everything in order. But nobody wanted to invest in such a small…show more content…
People that are professional have the highest commitment, personal integrity and respect for everyone else when conducting and executing tasks. Although in the movie it is ironic as Steve Jobs never acted in a professional way, in Atari people complained about his behavior and his scent that he doesn’t shower which meant he didn’t act in a professional manner. Even later on the main reasons why people didn’t want to invest in his company Apple at the start because they worked in a garage in his parent’s house that was very unprofessional and they didn’t wear any formal clothes. Although at a later stage they were neatly dressed appropriately for their profession which shows attributes of image. Steve Jobs didn’t have a clear communication with others, he was very impatient and didn’t give people second chances or allow them to explain themselves. He didn’t want to take responsibility of his actions of claiming that Lisa is his daughter. He did respect others when he was voted out of Apple and fired he got up and left the room in a professional…show more content…
Steve Jobs had a personal ethical issue where he didn’t want to accept that Lisa was his daughter and abandoned his girlfriend Julie just because he didn’t make time for them. What was seen as unethical when Steve Jobs didn’t have time for people that didn’t think like him, he was very impatient and didn’t give chances. When he gets upset that the design team didn’t create a word processor with fonts and fires the best programmer on the division because he didn’t understand the point of pretty fonts and is accused for not caring for the vision of the company. It was unfair and unethical of him to mistreat him and he didn’t give him a second chance or to explain what he meant. This arrogance of him hindered the success of the business as proof shows that Apple Lisa was very unsuccessful and they only sold 100000 copies. What Bill Gates did in steal Steve’s GUI it was seen as unethical as they worked together before and just before the new Macintosh was about to be released Microsoft released their software which didn’t have style and was a blunt copy of Apple, although HP and IBM bought Windows and put it in their software. This was extremely unethical as he stole the hard work developed at Apple for their own success. Mike Markkula lied to Jobs when he sided with Scully at the end and turned against him that was very publicly out and
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