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Jack welch

  1. 1. JACK WELCH Presented by: Deepika Vipin Kaushik Sunil Kumar Sharma Dhirendra Kumar Sharma
  2. 2. JOHN FRANCIS WELCH Born in Salem in 19th November’ 1935 Father John, a Boston & Maine Railroad conductor & Mother Grace, a housewife Mr. Welch, a native of Salem, Massachusetts USA B.S Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts in 1957 M.S and Ph.D. Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of IIinois in 1960
  3. 3. JACK WELCH CAREER IN In 1960, Mr. Welch joined GE as a Chemical Engineer In 1972, he became youngest Vice President In 1979, he became Senior Vice President In 1981, he was chosen to be company’s eighth and youngest CEO In 2001, he retired as Chairman and CEO of General Electric
  4. 4. LEADERSHIP QUALITIES Down to Earth Powerful Create a vision and then make vision a reality Focus on Strategies issue Don’t micro manage Involve everyone and welcome great ideas from everywhere
  5. 5. JACK WELCH THOUGHTS FOR MANAGEMENT “Jack is the Tiger Woods of Management. All CEO’s want to emulate him. They won’t be able to, but they’llcome closer if they listen carefully to what he has to say”
  6. 6. WELCH STRATEGIES : Globalization Services In the 1995s – introduced Six Sigma E-business
  7. 7. JACK WELCH SUCCESS STORY : TREMENDUOS LEADERSHIP SKILLS EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION WITH EMPLOYEES INFORMAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTJACK WELCH WAS ALSO KNOWN AS : DESTROYER OF NINE LAYER MANAGEMENT HIERACHY
  8. 8. OTHER THOUGHTS SHARED BY WELCH“If you’re not fast you can’t win … Speed is everything. It is the indispensable ingredient of competitiveness.” Welch’s prescription for winning in business  Speed  Simplicity  Self-confidence
  9. 9. IDEA IN ‘STRAIGHT FROM THE GUT’ Integrity - ”I never had two agendas” - There was only one way – the straight way People First, Strategy Second - Getting the right people in the right jobs is a lot more important than developing a strategy Passion - No detail is too small to making the dream true Stretch - Stretch is reaching for more than what you thought possible Celebrations - Do business like to be fun
  10. 10. CONTD… Competitors - Never underestimate the other guy Owning the People - Always run the factory people to build great leaders Appraisals All the Time - ”Appraisals to me were like breathing” Chart Maker - He always thought that chart-making clarified thinking better than anything else
  11. 11. CONTD… Setting a Tone - He always told that their business leaders their personal intensity & determined their organization’s intensity. Maximizing an Organization’s Intellect - Taking everyone’s best ideas and transferring them to others within organization

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