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Jack Welch Speaks: Wisdom from the World's Greatest Business Leader

by Janet Lowe

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Discover what some of the most successful minds in business and finance have to say In the fully revised Second Edition of Jack Welch Speaks, Lowe presents-in Jack Welch's own words-the insights, visions, and philosophies that have guided Welch throughout his extraordinary career at GE and his post-GE life. This book offers an objective assessment of Welch-from the management principles that helped him soar to the controversy surrounding his compensation package-and provides lessons in leadership that cannot be found anywhere else. With this book as their guide, readers will not only learn how Jack Welch became one of the world's most-lauded CEOs, but they'll also discover exactly what it takes to achieve unparalleled success in today's dynamic business environment. Janet Lowe (Carlsbad, CA and Santa Fe, NM) is the author of the bestselling Bill Gates Speaks (0-471-29353-9) and Oprah Winfrey Speaks (0-471-39994-9). Her articles have appeared in such publications as Newsweek, the Christian Science Monitor, the Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle.… (more)

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Jack Welch is portrayed as driven but balanced, open to change yet relentless on a chosen track. His views: keeping it simple, being number 1 or 2, communicating honestly, viewing the employer-employee partnership as a mutual effort to achieve a goal, boundarylessness, acting small but using the power of size, business should be exciting, what's to the right of the decimal is for beauracrats, it's about leadership rather than magagement. ( )
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