Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) Organisational Culture Is Its Secret Sauce

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Promote your technical staff to management and allow accountability to extend beyond domains  I’ve always wondered what makes Apple the most valuable company. Just because the market cap is worth trillions, it doesn’t mean it’s valuable. Being valuable on paper is like having good looks. People like looking at you but it doesn’t mean you offer anything of value to them or society. Apple brings in bucketloads of money, so in an investment sense, it is a very valuable cash cow. But, it wasn’t until I read an article, about Apple’s organisational culture that I realised why Apple is so valuable…....

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Jason Huynh I'm a data analyst who enjoy reading annual reports. My hobbies include exercise, cooking and being a well rounded dad. I work as an analyst in the higher education sector in Australia but my passion is in investing. I used to believe that data could solve everything but it wasn't until I read Charlie Munger's "Poor Charlie's almanack" that I realised that I've been thinking in silos all this time and I really needed to expand my experiences and reading. What concerns me about life is making silly choices and following the trend aimlessly. I believe in critical thinking and serving others as I would like to be served.