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am 1. April 2002
Ein interessantes Werk mit vielen Einsichten in die Geschäftspraxis von GE. Beschrieben wird der Weg des Jack Welch durch die unterschiedlichen Management-Level bis hin zur Top-Position mit allen seinerzeit relevanten Business-Entscheidungen, für die er verantwortlich zeichnete. Das Buch ist sehr viel interessanter und an den für den Leser interessanten Stellen - wie werden die internen Interessenkonflikte gelöst - ausführlicher geschrieben, als Welch's eigenes Werk "Straight from the Gut", das in eine ermüdende Lobhudelei über sich selbst ausartet. Control Your Destiny ist eine gute und spannende Urlaubslektüre.
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am 18. Juli 2000
This book encapsulates how Jack Welch has changed the modus operandi of a modern U.S. corporation. His principles of number-one-or-number-two, integrated diversity, boundarylessness, and speed, simplicity, and self-confidence have become a part of everyday life at General Electric. The basis of these principles -- what drives these principles -- is Welch's view of a strong business, which "...must consistently grow both revenues and profits: increasing revenues through a constant stream of new ideas and product innovations and increasing profits through unceasing improvements in productivity."
Although Welch's view of a successful business may not be new, the techniques and operating procedures employed to attain these characteristics are vastly different than previous practices at GE. This is another way of saying that the modus operandi, or method of operating, at GE has been changed by Jack Welch. This change is summed up nicely by a statement in the book: "This is the story of how General Electric got through the wall, from one man exhorting his subordinates to a team of hundreds of thousands of people working together."
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am 28. November 1999
If you want a different way to see business and life in general, I have the pleasure to recomendate you this outstanding book. By the way is motivating reading. Mr. Jack Welch, if you read this, I would be pleased to keep in touch with you. Sincerously, Francisco Hernandez
bianculli@hotmail.com
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am 29. April 1997
This is still the best case study of an organization under-going radical change. Jack Welch started the process in 1981,, years before re-engineering became popular. And he went far beyond re-engineering, dealing with "soft" human issues when critics were still calling him "Neutron Jack." The business results are incredible -- record profits, sales turnover that more than tripled, and now GE ranks as the most valuable company (by market value) on the NY stock exchange. This book has answers that work, and includes a "Hand Book for Revolution" that helps you apply the lessons to your own business.
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am 8. September 1997
Noel Tichy and Strat Sherman do a masterful job in presenting the natural genius of Jack Welch's business ideas. When he came to head GE, Welch was a man ahead of his time. Now, his ideas are considered to be fundamental to good business practice. Although I may not have agreed with every action he took in implementing his thinking,
the business results Jack Welch has achieved cannot be disputed. Thanks to Noel and Strat for an insightful and entertaining account.
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am 11. Februar 2000
I thoroughly enjoyed this insightful book because it lays out what we as workers in this ever-changing world need to know in order to succeed. It shows in detail how we should put responsibility where it should rest: in ourselves.
Also recommend ""The Leader's Guide: 15 Essential Skills,"" which also addresses success through specific skills we need to learn (an aspect of self-responsibility).
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am 28. Juli 1999
By far one of the best case studies I've ever read. Shows you why Jack Welch is considered by many to be the greatest manager of the 20th century
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