While some companies are able to bounce back from adversity, other companies crumble. In Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back, author Andrew Zolli analyzes what separates one from the other. In this audio interview, he discusses the success Apple has had in managing its growth by keeping small teams in charge of key projects. He also weighs in on the prospects for seeing Apple continue its run as the most dominant tech company in America, a title once held by both IBM and Microsoft.
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