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  • Author:
    Robert Slater
  • ISBN:
    0070581045
  • ISBN13:
    978-0070581043
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    McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (July 31, 1998)
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    328 pages
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    Professionals & Academics
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Behind the scenes with the legendary CEO Jack Welch’s innovative leadership strategies revived a. .

Behind the scenes with the legendary CEO Jack Welch’s innovative leadership strategies revived a lagging G. Slater has written two previous books on General Electric chairman and CEO Jack Welch (The New GE, 1992; Get Better or Get Beaten!, 1994), so readers might wonder whether hard-driving Welch, stoic pioneer of downsizing, has anything new to add.

Jack Welch and the GE Way reveals the strategies and secrets that have led to Jack Welch's stunning success. You give them Slater's biography on Jack Welch. Jack Welch's accomplishments are not to be diminished by the gosh, lavish, effusive. Use the brains of every worker. Readers may be able to wade through the Jack-this, Jack-that approach that Slater employs to really find significant kernels of what Welch's contribution to corporate/business thought has been.

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What emerged is a brilliant portrait that tells you what makes Jack Welch tick.

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Robert Slater has written a number of bestselling business books, including Ovitz: The Inside Story of Hollywood's Most Controversial Powerbroker, Get Better or Get Beaten: 31 Leadership Secrets from GE's Jack Welch, The New GE: How Jack Welch Revived an American Institution.

Robert Slater has written a number of bestselling business books, including Ovitz: The Inside Story of Hollywood's Most Controversial Powerbroker, Get Better or Get Beaten: 31 Leadership Secrets from GE's Jack Welch, The New GE: How Jack Welch Revived an American Institution, and Soros: The Life, Times & Trading Secrets of the World's Greatest Investor.

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What emerged is a brilliant portrait that tells you what makes Jack Welch tick

What emerged is a brilliant portrait that tells you what makes Jack Welch tick. Learn how to work the Welch magic on your own company as you find out how he dismantled the boundaries between management layers, between engineers and marketers, between GE and its customers to streamline the process of getting products and services to market. Get details on Welch's far-reaching Six Sigma quality initiative, and discover how its principles and standards can save.

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Jack Welch and the G. E. Way : Management Insights and Leadership Secrets of the Legendary CE. Robert Slater concentrates on Welch's present-day business strategies and his vision for the future in Jack Welch and the . Way : Management Insights and Leadership Secrets of the Legendary CEO. by Robert Slater.

Behind the scenes with the legendary CEO

Jack Welch’s innovative leadership strategies revived a lagging GE, transforming it into a powerhouse with a staggering $300 billion-plus market capitalization. In writing Jack Welch and the GE Way, author Robert Slater was given unprecedented access to Welch and other prominent GE insiders. What emerged is a brilliant portrait that tells you what makes Jack Welch tick. Learn how to work the Welch magic on your own company as you find out how he dismantled the boundaries between management layers, between engineers and marketers, between GE and its customers to streamline the process of getting products and services to market.

Get details on Welch’s far-reaching Six Sigma quality initiative, and discover how its principles and standards can save billions of dollars...how and why he has made GE a truly global company (and why you must think global as well)...and all the other Welch "midas touch" strategies you can put to work in your organization, at every level!


Xellerlu
I've heard about this book for years. I knew its reputation and the fact that anyone working in any leadership role is expected to know it by heart. I read it and was left with the impression that this might be valuable to understand where some people are coming from, but more so I was left with the impression that the value is much less in today's business climate than when Jack ran GE. I see too many leaders applying some of Jack's tactics while leaving out others that are really needed to make the applied tactics make sense.
Nawenadet
How do you kill the zeal that a young, aspiring, future business leader has with regard to arguably one of the strongest force in American commerce in the past 30 years? You give them Slater's biography on Jack Welch. Jack Welch's accomplishments are not to be diminished by the gosh, lavish, effusive ... style of Slater. Readers may be able to wade through the Jack-this, Jack-that approach that Slater employs to really find significant kernels of what Welch's contribution to corporate/business thought has been. It is for this reason alone that I do find some value in this book. Slater is an accomplished writer in his own right, but as a strong biographical depiction focused on delivering the mind of Welch--this books leaves you wanting.
Malodred
When I read a book I expect to learn something I don't already know or at least revisit something I already know from a new perspective or explain it in a uniquely articulate way. This book fails on all three measures. Walsh shares no secret insights -- he only discusses his introduction of a number of standard business practices to GE. This include 6-Sigma, downsizing, A-B-C rating of managers, etc. -- The usual mix of management science, art and business fad typical in pop management books. And even the discussions of how these management tools were implemented at GE is filled with extrainious details about the meetings at which these policies were introduced and other non-value added story telling. This only leads me to believe that it was added as filler to get the page count up to the size required for a book.

For all of Jack Welsh's insistence that his business units be 1st or 2nd in a market it is pure hypocrisy for him to be publishing this book. Your time and money is better spent reading Peter Drucker.
Zan
Kind of repetitive and the narration is a bit pompous.
Onoxyleili
Its a must read. Jack Welch has truly created a boundary less organisation aided by a super efficient team.

There are lot of insights into how not to fall into a false sense of security.
breakingthesystem
Very informative. Learning so much. Can't stop highlighting all the amazing insight. I feel like I'm learning from the one of the best.
Trash Obsession
i like the book. it was a great read. you find out what it takes to run a company and to put it in the forfront.
I am not a sigma or anything but this book was recommended to me by someone who I respect and admire. Jack Welch is the real deal and his management strategy can be applied both to your business of your life.