Intuit's Bill Campbell on Steve Jobs, Leadership
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When it comes to Silicon Valleys tech scene, Bill Campbell has seen it all.
He was an executive vice president at Apple in 1980s where had a front row seat for the famous Steve Jobs, John Sculley schism that ended with Jobs resigning from the company he co-founded.
"That didnt work out too well," Campbell deadpanned during his onstage appearance at last weeks AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford.
He currently is an Apple board member and says of Jobs, who is also a neighbor and friend:
"He has personal idiosyncrasies
. But there is not a thing he does that is not perfect. He wont do it if he cant manage it. He cares about every pixel on the screen and surrounds himself at Apple with people that believe the way he does."