By Hartmut Esslinger
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In spite of the bizarre level of hype surrounding its release, the device was too slow, tried to do too much with too little, and failed miserably at fulfilling Apple’s gold standard of usability. The company’s product strategy faltered, too, as it became diluted and patchy. Many designers merely peddled their personal tastes under the Apple brand, and, apparently, no one inside the organization had the good judgment to realize that the company’s products had become boring and ugly. Ultimately, it would take another ten years—and a return to Steve Jobs’ leadership—before Apple could turn its fortunes around.
Creating sustainable success for business is difficult, and the process comes with a variety of obstacles for designers, executives, and the organizations they serve. Business executives often are hamstrung by a host of issues within the company, and they simply can’t train people to have a single-minded focus on new product development. Radical new directions raise well-founded and substantial worries about costs, pricing, profits, and losses. And many executives work within fractured corporate structures made up of walledoff business units and divisions.
I also learned that some of those attending the meeting were retirees who lived near the factory. In assembling this group, the owners’ logic was simple: Everyone in the room was deeply connected to the company and because of that they were able to speak out confidently. If there were other ideas or resources in the company that could help us, they would know what they were and they would tell us—and they did. The owner-CEO also understood that, even though “creativity” may be an elitist process, it can’t simply be injected into a small, self-confident company.