Apple's Strategy

  • January 31, 2014
  • Scott

I should thank John Lilly for pointing me to this blog post by Ben Bajarin – “What I love about Apple’s Strategy“.  What I love about the article is this part:

The broad claims that are made about what Apple should do are almost always based a round competitive reasons. […] Apple has customers not competition. The decisions they make as a company are not based around what their competition is doing but around what is best for their customers. Like it or not, this is their strategy.

This is a fantastic discipline, if true.  Arrogant, maybe, but really effective at keeping you from chasing false goals and dead-ends (netbooks anyone?).


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