Jack Welch: General Electrics Revolutionary

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Describes the work of Jack Welch as CEO of General Electric, 1981-1992, focusing “work out.” Especially on his transformation of the company’s extensive portfolio acquisitions and dispositions and the company’s culture through a process called mandated A significant part tells the story of the case in Welch’s own words, resorting to past instances of Richard Welch Hammermesh and Frank Aguilar and a 1991 interview with Welch at the Harvard Business Review and prepare … Read more »

Describes the work of Jack Welch as CEO of General Electric, 1981-1992, focusing “work out.” Especially on his transformation of the company’s extensive portfolio acquisitions and dispositions and the company’s culture through a process called mandated A significant part of the case tells the story in Welch’s own words, drawing on earlier cases Welch Richard Hammermesh and Frank Aguilar and a 1991 interview with Welch at the Harvard Business Review and an article in Fortune prepared, “GE Keeps coming These ideas. “
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Joseph L. Bower,
Jay Dial
Source: Harvard Business School
22 pages.
Publication Date: Oct 25, 1993. Prod #: 394065-PDF-ENG
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