Fortune profiles Jeff Williams, Apple’s senior vice president for operations
As Steve Jobs stepped back from his role as Apple’s (AAPL) larger-than-life frontman, a handful of senior executives emerged from his oversized shadow: Jony Ive, the soft-spoken industrial design wizard. Phil Schiller, the self-effacing marketing chief. Scott Forestall, the boyish head of iPhone and iPad software. And of course Tim Cook, the man who really ran Apple, now elevated to CEO.
In its Sept. 26 issue,
puts the spotlight on Jeff Williams, the senior vice president for operations that writer-reporter JP Mangalindan calls Tim Cook’s Tim Cook.
Below: An excerpt from Mangalindan’s profile:
Sounds like Tim Cook’s kind of guy.
You can read Mangalindan’s piece here.