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by Des Dearlove,Stuart Crainer

  • ISBN: 0613916778
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  • Author: Des Dearlove,Stuart Crainer
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sagebrush Education Resources (April 1999)
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Start by marking Business the Jack Welch Way: 10 Secrets . Each book entertainingly charts the rise of a business great and takes a sideways look at how he planned his career, crushed competitors, and ended up as a king

Start by marking Business the Jack Welch Way: 10 Secrets of the World's Greatest Turnaround King as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Each book entertainingly charts the rise of a business great and takes a sideways look at how he planned his career, crushed competitors, and ended up as a king. Each book is at once an insightful glimpse at the ingredients of success and a concise source of invaluable business lessons for the next generation of winners.

Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes bibliographical references and index. Business the Jack Welch Way takes you behind the scenes to trace the remarkable career - and uncover the successful business strategies - of the man who's often called the most powerful CEO in America. of the eighties transform himself into a role model of 21st-century management?". You'll learn the answers to these questions (and plenty more) as this fast, fun, and enlightening book unfolds the.

Jack Welch is one of the most successful and controversial business leaders the world has ever seen. When he took the helm at GE, then a model of the American corporate way, he was 45, the youngest chief the company had ever appointed. Welch transformed a hitherto cautious company, and put his dynamic mark on corporate America at the same time. GE's businesses were overhauled. Some were cast out and hundreds of new businesses were acquired. Fortune called Welch "the toughest boss in America". GE became a leaner and fitter organization: any com-placency was eradicated.

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Stuart Crainer (Oxford, . 141. How Long Can Jack Welch Be Effective? 149. How to Manage the Jack Welch Way. 153. Further Reading. is the author of a series of classic business books that include The Ultimate Business Library, The Ultimate Book of Business Gurus, The Ultimate Book of Business Quotations, as well as Business the Rupert Murdoch Way and The Financial Times Handbook of Management. ix. The Life and Times of Jack Welch.

Welch knew that the company was too large to fail yet GE was too unwieldy to adapt for further growth. The changes he instituted restructured and revolutionized GE and made Welch the most respected CEO in business today

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Reviews about Business the Jack Welch Way: 10 Secrets of the World's Greatest Turnaround King (3):
Small Black
My review refers to 2nd edition of the book, published by Capstone on December 15, 2001. It augments the first 1999 edition by the events that have happened between 1999 and until the resignation of Jack Welch on September 7, 2001.

The book shows a brief history of GE and the career of Jack Welch, analyzing them thought prisms of different frameworks, devised by such famous experts as Chris Argyris, Ronald Heifetz, Peter Drucker, Gary Hamel, to name a few.

The author did not interview Jack Welch. This book is based on various publications that the author has combined. While being a good description of Jack Welch's management principles, and may be a good addition to the book "Straight from the Gut", it is not as practicable (does not provide good lessons how to manage and motivate people) as "Winning" by Jack and Suzy Welch. "Winning" has many workable recipes that you will be able to use to improve yourself. I highly recommend it in addition or instead of this book by Stuart Crainer, who is very familiar with the greates business and management thinkers and books, but not with Jack Welch in particular.
VariesWent
The book is a quick read about how Jack Welch manages. At least how the author thinks he manages. The author cobbles these thoughts from articles and other sources. For the most part it works--the book gives good insights into leadership and motivation. But a lot of it might be deceptive. For instance, the author takes a principle that Jack Welch has espoused in the past, and then fills in the details with his own related thoughts, and those of other management gurus. So, often times you are actually learning what someone else thinks about the topic--not Jack Welch's opinion. As long as this is taken into consideration, the book provides interesting lessons on how to manage and motivate people.
Ylonean
Behind the complicated practices of the business world stand the simplicities of Jack Welch's philosophy. Here's a simple "How to" book that tells the story of 'what it takes to grow a successful business' all guided by Jack Welch's resume tales. Great read filled with anecdotes.

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