Brent Schlender, 61 years old, is a writer, editor, and writer, best known for his magazine profiles of entrepreneurs and business leaders of the Digital Revolution. SVForum, the oldest and largest business firm in Silicon Valley, given its Visionary Award to Schlender for personifying the soul innovation and entrepreneurship with his teachings. In March of 2015, Crown Business published "Becoming Steve Jobs: The Growth of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader," the culmination of some three-year cooperation between Schlender and writing partner Rick Tetzeli.
Schlender was composing analytical small business feature reports with a literary flair for more than 30 decades, initially for The Wall Street Journal beginning in the late 1970s, and ongoing after 1989 through a 20-year livelihood as a bureau chief and editor-at-large to get FORTUNE magazine. He has led to Fast Company magazine. Over time, he wrote dozens of comprehensive feature tales about the characteristics of several of Silicon Valley's most famous figures - Apple's Steve Jobs, Intel's Andy Grove and Craig Barrett, Oracle's Larry Ellison, Sun's Scott McNealy and Bill Joy, Google's Eric Schmidt, also Pixar's John Lasseter and Ed Catmull, to mention just a few.
Schlender also is considered the journalistic power on Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates, who he first met in 1985. And in the meantime, he wrote widely about Sony Corp., creating close relationships with many of the business's CEOs, starting with founder Akio Morita. During Peter Drucker's final decades, articles were written by Schlender based on in-depth interviews with the management guru. His stories have been characterized by his intimate and extended access to his subjects, and by the thickness of his history reporting and knowledge of company and technology. But his
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