Welch: An American Icon (Wiley Audio)

Welch: An American Icon (Wiley Audio)

by JanetLowe (Author)

Synopsis

A rare perspective on the personal philosophy, business savvy, and future of the chairman of the most admired company in the world Jack Welch, chairman of General Electric, is due to retire this spring. Welch has transported GE into the new economy with his management style, his forward-thinking approach to new technology, and by encouraging creativity among his employees. This book provides a look at what the innovative powerhouse executive has brought to American business and what will ultimately be his legacy. Thorough, authoritative, and absorbing, Welch: An American Icon includes interviews with CEOs at other leading companies who have worked under Welch and been trained by him, as well as interviews with other GE executives. Janet Lowe (Del Mar, CA) is an investment writer and author who has written sixteen business and biographical works, including the recent Damn Right!: Behind the Scenes with Berkshire-Hathaway Billionaire Charlie Munger (0-471-24473-2). Ms. Lowe is past editor of the San Diego Daily Transcript and Financial Editor of the San Diego Tribune. More than 200 of her business articles have appeared in such publications as Newsweek, the Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle.

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More Information

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 304
Edition: 1st Edition.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Published: 24 Apr 2001

ISBN 10: 0471413356
ISBN 13: 9780471413356

Media Reviews
Lowe promises a balanced look at Welch that pulls no punches; for the most part, she delivers. (Publishers Weekly, April, 2001)

...this book is a good read... (Ambassador, September 2001)
Author Bio
JANET LOWE is the bestselling author of numerous business books including Damn Right! Behind the Scenes with Berkshire-Hathaway Billionaire Charlie Munger (Wiley) and Value Investing Made Easy. Formerly the financial editor of the San Diego Tribune, she has written more than 200 business articles for such publications as Newsweek, the Christian Science Monitor, and the Los Angeles Times.