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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
New York : Wiley, 2001
|Named Person:||Jack Welch; Jack Welch; Jack Welch|
|Material Type:||Biography, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||1 online resource (304 pages)|
|Contents:||The Jack Welch Legacy --
The House of Magic: How Welch Became an American Icon --
The Gospel of Good Management --
General Electric Then and Now --
The Companies General Electric Dumped --
The Companies General Electric Acquired --
Building from Within --
The Globalization of General Electric --
Wired Welch --
The Dark Side of the Legacy --
The Future --
The Meta-Corporation: General Electric after Welch --
Welch after General Electric --
Welch's Place in History --
General Electric and Jack Welch: The Chronology --
GE Values --
The CERES Principles --
General Electric Businesses --
General Electric--Nineteen-Year Performance Figures: 1980-1999.
|Responsibility:||by Janet Lowe.|
Janet Lowe explores the shining successes as well as the darker aspects of Jack Welch's life and work - how he shaped and influenced GE, how he pushed the company into the global marketplace, and how his vision is impacting the lives of everyone everywhere."
"Welch: An American Icon reveals the steps Welch took to make GE the world's most valuable company with a market capitalization that exceeded $520 billion in 2000. You'll learn how he restructured the company by reducing the work force to only the absolute minimum necessary. Then find out how he mobilized his personal drive and energy to improve the different businesses within GE, committing to globalization and integrating the Internet into every aspect of the company."--Jacket.