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Published on Jun 15, 2012
Fortune magazine Senior Editor Adam Lashinsky describes how Apple maintains accountability in project development through the identification of a DRI: Directly Responsible Individual. Lashinsky also discusses other aspects of Apple's unique culture, including the lack of general managers and allowing teams to work in a start-up manner within the larger organization.