29 Leadership Secrets From Jack Welch

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McGraw-Hill Education, Oct 19, 2002 - Business & Economics - 108 pages
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The first concise book of essential Welch-isms, abridged from the bestselling Get Better or Get Beaten

Jack Welch built a career out of fighting waste. 29 Leadership Secrets from Jack Welch follows in Welch's footsteps, boiling the legendary CEO's leadership successes down to 29 strategies that made GE the world's most competitive company­­and Welch the world's most successful and admired CEO.

This all-in-one Welch reference updates material from Robert Slater's bestselling Get Better or Get Beaten, and is today's ultimate fast-paced, no-nonsense handbook on the ways of Jack Welch. It taps into the heart of Welch's courage, innovation, and leadership success by examining simple leadership secrets that include:

  • Managing less is managing better
  • Make quality the job of every employee
  • Have global brains and vision

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Here's a quick read on the leadership principles of the former GE CEO who's often considered one of the 20th century's greatest business leaders. Though his reputation has been somewhat tarnished by ... Read full review


LEADERSHIP SECRET 4 Create a Vision and Then
LEADERSHIP SECRET 7 Keep Watch for Ways to Create
LEADERSHIP SECRET 9 Downsize Before Its Too Late
LEADERSHIP SECRET 15 Spark Productivity Through
LEADERSHIP SECRET 19 Listen to the People

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About the author (2002)

Robert Slater is the author of a number of bestselling business books, including four books on Jack Welch. A veteran journalist with more than 25 years of experience with Time, Newsweek, and UPI, Slater is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost authorities on General Electric and Jack Welch.

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