5 results for tag: Jack Welch


CEOs Have a Responsibility to Help Lead Society

In his New York Times opinion piece last month, Harvard economist Greg Mankiw, argued that C.E.Os are qualified to make profits, not lead society, and that we should not expect the latter of them. His arguments are too simple, have significant holes, and read ...
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Jack Has Passed

You're bound to feel sadness when one of your idols passes away. Even if you've never met him/her. And that's how I'm feeling today... because Jack passed, Jack Welch, former CEO of GE General Electric. I never met Jack. Yet, I feel like I knew him ...
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Lead the Shift to an Organizational Culture of Learning

According to Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric, "An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage." By fostering a work environment that supports and encourages ...
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The Thought Leader: Why Every Leader Would Want to Have a Book

Too often I get asked by people who lead others in business, society and cultures: "Why would a leader want to have a book?" A multi-faceted question indeed – and a good one too. Leaders, by definition, lead others. They are passionate, poised and ...
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The Five Key Aspects of Great Leadership

Are great leaders born or made? Both! according to leadership expert Eduardo Braun. He should know: As former Director of the HSM Group, Eduardo has interviewed many of the world’s most renowned leaders, including President Bill Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, ...
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