Kyle Baxter responding the the “Cash Cow Disease” post from Ron Burk:

Then, once Apple recognized this opportunity, they didn’t just start a half-hearted project and hope that it worked. Instead, they put the entire company into it. They acted like the company was dependent on its success. That’s what good companies do. They recognize precisely what they need to do next and put their entire effort into doing it.

I found myself nodding my head in agreement the entire time I read this post.

Posted by Ben Brooks