"When they start getting bigger, they want to replicate their initial success. And a lot of them think, 'Well, somehow, there's some magic in the process of how that success was created.' So they start to institutionalize process across the company. And before very long, people start to get confused that the process is the content. And that's ultimately the downfall of IBM. IBM has the best process people in the world. They just forgot about the content. And that happened a little bit at Apple, too. We had a lot of people who were great at management process. They just didn't have a clue about the content. In my career, I found that the best people are the ones that really understand the content. And they're a pain in the butt to manage! But you put up with it because they're so great at the content. And that's what makes great products. It's not process, it's content."
– Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (2012), Director: Paul Sen
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