La Vida Robot Analysis

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Imagine being in the same situation as the boys from “La Vida Robot” or Steve and Woz before they achieved their goals to becoming successful. It was hard but they achieved it with teamwork. Joshua Davis, author of “La Vida Robot” and Walter Isaacson, author of Steve Jobs, share some similar views about how to compose the best team. Teams in both stories had unique skills that compliment each other. Davis believes the team succeeded because individual members brought complementary skills to the task. As stated in the text “Lorenzo ultimately becomes the team’s mechanic, meanwhile another team member Oscar is described as a ‘born leader’ who knows how to ‘motivate people’.” The text shows that for a good team you need good chemistry with one another, And qualities that complements one another. …show more content…
In the text it states, “I was excited to think about us like that. To be two best friends starting a company” (Isaacson 215), they already get along great and they both have something that makes them useful. To conclude, with good chemistry a big bang may occur. Both texts involve good chemistry between people that became successful. In Steve Jobs A good bond between friends motivated them to work together as friends creating something they love. Joshua Davis, author of “La Vida Robot,” And Walter Isaacson, author of “Steve Jobs,” share some similar views about how to compose the best