Princeton University Library Catalog
- Krames, Jeffrey A. [Browse]
- New York ; London : McGraw-Hill, 2003.
- ix, 116 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
- Summary note
- "Jack Welch became one of history's most accomplished CEOs by rewriting the rules of leadership, and letting hands-on, frontline employees - instead of bureaucrats - tell him what needed to be done. The Welch Way distills Welch's management style into a fast-moving, hard-hitting plan for leadership success, one that will help anyone reach the top in any professional setting." "The first book written specifically to help managers and employees apply Welch's actions and success strategies to their own careers, The Welch Way shines a light on how innovative and unpretentious leadership can spark employees to contribute above and beyond their normal duties, to take pride in their company and its products, and to help create a learning environment that is as exciting as it is transformative. Drawing on Welch's life and career, it explains how you can follow the Welch model."--BOOK JACKET.
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