From Rosa­beth Moss Kanter at Harvard Busi­ness Review: Back when Apple was first an entre­pre­neurial wonder and I was a baby consul­tant often in Cuper­tino, I used to think of Apple in base­ball analo­gies. Apple was the Boston Red Sox, exciting and colorful but doomed to be second to IBM’s New York Yankee-like deep pockets and market domi­na­tion. Not any longer. · Go to Apple and the Lead­er­ship Pause →