How to put Jack Welch's ideas and tactics to work in any career or organization
Jack Welch became one of history's most admired and successful CEOs by rewriting the rules of leadership and letting hands-on, frontline employees--instead of bureaucrats --tell him what needed to be done. The Welch Way distills Welch's management style into a fast-moving, hard-hitting plan for leadership success, one that will help anyone reach the top in virtually any professional setting.
Detailed yet accessible, The Welch Way is filled with Welch quotes and insights, action ideas, and other unique and innovative features. Business leaders as well as those who aspire to the mantle of leadership will get the inside story on how Welch was able to:
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Put "The Welch Way" to Work In Your Own Career
Jack Welch was one of the 20th century's most dynamic and successful corporate leaders. The Welch Way examines the techniques and behaviors that the legendary CEO used to transform GE from a manufacturing dinosaur into the world's most adaptive, responsive mega-corporation, and how they can be implemented in virtually any situation.
Detailed yet accessible, The Welch Way is filled with Welch quotes, insights, action ideas, and other unique and innovative features. Business leaders as well as those who aspire to the mantle of leadership will get the inside track on how Welch inspired hundreds of thousands of managers and employees to:
History will reveal Jack Welch to be exactly the right leader at exactly the right time. His leadership standards and strategies, on the other hand, are timeless. The Welch Way details two dozen of Welch's most pertinent, powerful secrets, and will provide you with a model for dynamic leadership that involves every worker, at every level, and is proven to work in any industry or economic climate.
"How Jack Welch performed the largest corporate makeover in history is what this book is about. The Welch Way does not focus on the specific growth strategies of Welch's revolution (e.g., stressing service over manufacturing), but instead on the behavioral and cultural forces behind the strategies. What follows are the leadership secrets employed by GE's eighth chairman in his two-decade journey to change the destiny of one of the world's great corporations."
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Jack Welch became one of history's most accomplished CEOs by rewriting the rules of leadership, and letting hands-on, frontline employees--instead of bureaucrats--tell him what needed to be done. The Welch Way distills Welch's management style into a fast-moving, hard-hitting plan for leadership success, one that will help anyone reach the top in any professional setting.
The first book written specifically to help managers and employees apply Welch's actions and success strategies to their own careers, The Welch Way shines a light on how innovative and unpretentious leadership can spark employees to contribute above and beyond their normal duties, to take pride in their company and its products, and to help create a learning environment that is as exciting as it is transformative. Drawing on Welch's life and career, it explains how you can follow the Welch model to:
Jack Welch transformed GE into one of the world's most valuable corporations by developing no-nonsense plans, and then getting his people so passionate about what they were doing that they couldn't wait to execute those plans. Let The Welch Way show you how to bring Welch-like success to any professional environment, and reach new heights in today's wide-open, idea-driven workplace.
Jeffrey A. Krames is a vice president and publisher in McGraw-Hill's business books division. Considered a leading global authority on maverick CEO Jack Welch, Krames is also the bestselling author of The Jack Welch Lexicon of Leadership and the New York Times, Washington Post, and BusinessWeek bestseller The Rumsfeld Way. His work has been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Financial Times, and The Los Angeles Times, and he has been interviewed on CNN, BBC, and PBS as well as in Newsweek, Time, BusinessWeek, Publisher's Weekly, and other national publications.About the Author:
Jeffrey A. Krames is the vice president and publisher of McGraw-Hill's business books division. Considered a leading global authority on former GE CEO Jack Welch, Krames is the bestselling author of What the Best CEOs Know, The Jack Welch Lexicon of Leadership, and The Rumsfeld Way.
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