Download 29 Leadership Secrets From Jack Welch by Robert Slater PDF

By Robert Slater

ISBN-10: 0071409378

ISBN-13: 9780071409377

The 1st concise e-book of crucial Welch-isms, abridged from the bestselling get well or Get Beaten
Jack Welch outfitted a occupation out of struggling with waste. 29 management secrets and techniques from Jack Welch follows in Welch's footsteps, boiling the mythical CEO's management successes all the way down to 29 innovations that made GE the world's best company­­and Welch the world's so much winning and renowned CEO.
This all-in-one Welch reference updates fabric from Robert Slater's bestselling recuperate or Get crushed, and is modern day final fast moving, no-nonsense instruction manual at the methods of Jack Welch. It faucets into the guts of Welch's braveness, innovation, and management luck through reading easy management secrets and techniques that include:
Managing much less is handling higher Make caliber the task of each worker Have worldwide brains and imaginative and prescient

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Especially from a competitor! 50 Copyright 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc, Click Here for Terms of Use. 29 Leadership Secrets from Jack Welch 51 SCOUR THE LANDSCAPE Welch exhorted his troops to scour the corporate landscape for good ideas and then to appropriate those ideas. “Legitimate plagiarism” he once called it: borrowing the best. Some might wonder why GE—arguably one of the strongest companies in the United States—needs to go hunting for good ideas. Shouldn’t GE be teaching other companies what business is all about?

If you [don’t], you’re shortchanging yourself. WELCH RULES ➤ Give employees more responsibility, and they will make better decisions. By making your employees more accountable, you make your organization more productive. 26 29 Leadership Secrets from Jack Welch ➤ Nurture the employees who live up to company values, even if they don’t make their numbers. Consider reassigning them if their numbers continue to falter. ➤ Eliminate employees who do not live the company values, even if their numbers are good.

Team-Fly® LEADERSHIP SECRET 13 THE BIG WINNERS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY WILL BE GLOBAL FROM THE FILES OF JACK WELCH The idea of a company being global is nonsense. Businesses are global, not companies. F rom the time Jack Welch became CEO at GE, he was convinced that significant opportunities existed for company growth by taking its businesses overseas. 54 Copyright 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc, Click Here for Terms of Use. S. managers were pushing to globalize. Their businesses had prospered by concentrating on the American market; few saw any compelling reason to change.

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