There is a great article I read in the most recent edition of Wired Magazine about Steve Job's way of doing business in stark contrast to just about everyone else in Silicon Valley. It seems the increasingly popular touchy-feely transparency-is-king approach to business isn't necessarily the only way to go. Jobs has shown that tough, secretive, demanding and aggressive leadership (OK - call it dictatorship) can build a great company based on great teams of brilliant individuals. It's the tough-guy approach balanced with the ultimate motivator that has his army winning technological supremacy. And, if Apple has been such a runaway success of a company, then there's something to learn from Job's approach.