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Jack Welch on leadership : abridged from Jack Welch and the GE way

Author: Robert Slater; Jack Welch
Publisher: New York ; London : McGraw-Hill, 2004.
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Named Person: Jack Welch; John Francis Welch; Jack Welch
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Slater; Jack Welch
ISBN: 0071435271 9780071435277
OCLC Number: 53872142
Notes: Includes index.
Description: vi, 154 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: 1. Embrace change, don't fear it --
2. Stop managing, start leading --
3. Cultivate managers who share your vision --
4. Face realtiy, then act decisively --
5. Be simple, be consistent, and hammer your message home --
6. Be number one or number two, but don't narrow your market --
7. Look for the quantum leap! --
8. Fix, close, or sell: reviving NBC --
9. Don't focus on the numbers --
10. Plagiarize- it's legitimate: create a learning culture --
11. Get rid of the managers, get rid of the bureaucracy --
12. Be lean and agile like a small company --
13. Tear down the boundaries --
14. Three secrets: speed, simplicity, and self-confidence --
15. Use the brains of every worker --
involve everyone --
16. Take the boss element out of your company --
17. Create an atmosphere where workers feel free to speak out --
18. Stretch! reach for the stars! --
19. Live quality --
and drive cost and speed for competitive advantage --
20. Make quality the job of every employee --
21. To achieve quality: measure, analyze, improve, and control --
22. Jack Welch deals with adversity --
23. Jack Welch deals with the next generation --
Index.
Responsibility: Robert Slater.

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