Raise Your Game: Jack Welch And His Leadership Style

By Leaderonomics x BFM|01-11-2010 | 24 Min Podcast

Jack Welch started off by identifying where General Electric (GE) was and proceeded with outlining plans to overcome each of the problems that GE had. Everyone in GE hated him – he was once called “Neutron Jack” because of the plan that he executed. He thought that he had made the right decision, but then he realised what went wrong – he had been commanding people to do things.

He also realised that drawing a tactical strategy was easy, but getting the hearts and minds of people was difficult. It was then he decided to do a cultural transformation.

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