What we can learn from Steve Jobs: Put the human experience first


While I'm sure there will be billions of words printed, tweeted, keyboarded, and texted today about the passing of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, one thing I read in this morning's Boston Globe about his philosophy is something meetings professionals (and pretty much everyone else) would do well to take to heart:

"He insisted the company put the human experience first, focusing on design as well as technological prowess."

Can you imagine what the world would be like if we all put the human experience first?

Rest in peace, Mr. Jobs.

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