Fresh insight from US magazine shows that pared-down management structure and tight feedback loops make Steve Jobs's thinking permeate the corporation.

This article titled “Life inside Apple: Fortune article reveals anger, management and ‘top 100’ club” was written by Charles Arthur, for on Monday 9th May 2011 15.40 UTC

An extraordinary picture of life within Apple, in which Steve Jobs is trying to create a “university” to teach incomers how the business makes decisions, keeps a “top 100” coterie who are told key decisions ahead of time and bawls out entire teams for failures emerges from an article published in Fortune this week.

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