In January 2006, prepared Joe Hogan, CEO of General Electric (GE) Healthcare Technologies in William Castell shoes as CEO of GE Healthcare, the world’s leading manufacturer of diagnostic imaging step. In 2004, former CEO Jeff Immelt Amersham acquired for $ 10 billion €. The acquisition was part of GE’s Immelt emphasize the wide conversion to research and development again. Hogan had GE Healthcare predecessor, GE Medical Systems (GEMS) run. A 20-year veteran of GE Hogan experienced t … Read more »

In January 2006, prepared Joe Hogan, CEO of General Electric (GE) Healthcare Technologies in William Castell shoes as CEO of GE Healthcare, the world’s leading manufacturer of diagnostic imaging step. In 2004, former CEO Jeff Immelt Amersham acquired for $ 10 billion €. The acquisition was part of GE’s Immelt emphasize the wide conversion to research and development again. Hogan had GE Healthcare predecessor, GE Medical Systems (GEMS) run. A 20-year veteran of GE Hogan underwent three phases of the subsidiary’s development as it developed from the Global Product Co. (GPC) to the modified GPC and then to GE Healthcare. By 2005 the company had a 34% market share of the world’s diagnostic imaging business. GE executives designed the acquisitions of the company moving from an engineering and physics-based diagnostics company to a life science-based solutions for healthcare, the company might be better suited to catalyze global health care needs. Hogan asked: What challenges GEMS ‘has previous quantum leaps for this new step-function changes suggest
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Tarun Khanna,
Elizabeth A. Raabe
Source: Harvard Business School
25 pages.
Release Date: 24, January 2006. Prod #: 706478-PDF-ENG
General Electric Healthcare 2006 HBR case solution

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