Can you keep a secret? So can Apple

04/5/2012 | Knowledge@Wharton

Apple has an almost pathological obsession with secrecy, says Adam Lashinsky. While the tech giant's tight-lipped approach gives it military-style discipline and focus, it could also lead to potential morale problems. Apple's HR teams often refuse to tell new hires what their job involves, and workers are instructed not to talk about their projects with one another.

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