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This compelling strategic leadership book looks at the four stages of GE's development_the eras of Thomas Edison, Ralph Cordiner, Jack Welch, and Jeff Immelt_and explains how the successes and failures of each period contributed to making GE a world-class company. Rothschild analyzes in detail the five factors that have been the hallmarks of all GE leadership teams throughout its history: Having the right leaders for the right time, Developing flexible strategies and the ability to adapt, Continually investing in high-potential people, Being proactive, not reactive to social, political, or economic events, Maintaining discipline and consistency. Filled with fascinating, behind-the-scenes, accounts of GE's best strategic decisions, The Secrets to GE's Success features a wealth of practical, hands-on concepts that leaders can successfully apply to any company.

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Author(s)ROTHSCHILD and WILLIAM
PublisherMcGraw Hill
ISBN9780070264557
BindingHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2008