What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote

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Winning

Jack Welch with Suzy Welch

Jack Welch is one of the best known, most successful chief executive officers that have ever lived! When he took the top job at the General Electric Corporation, no one anticipated the tremendous affect he would have on that company and, indeed, the international business community.

To put it simply, he was a winner! His “ace-in-the-hole” was and remains…effective and skilled use of the direction or influencing function of management. He was a master in getting the best productive return from PEOPLE!

After his stint with GE, Jack was encouraged by his friends and co-workers…some he knew, others he didn’t… and professionals from businesses of all types around the world, to write a book.

He did. It was called simply “Jack: Straight from the Gut.” He did lots of speaking and writing and then, still under pressure from his admirers, he wrote Winning, his second book.

In an easy-read conversational tone, Jack, along with his wife, Suzy, told Jack’s story. Its impact is still being felt throughout the business world. It is “must” reading at colleges and universities across the nation. You, while at Community College of Philadelphia, are in the company of students registered at Harvard, Princeton, Penn’s Wharton School of Business, Temple’s Fox School of Business and the other great higher education institutions where the nation’s finest and most promising students study.

Winning has been assigned to you as required reading just as you are completing your initial management course. As you are LEARNING the basics of the profession, you are”rubbing shoulders” in the company of the best. You, along with your peers at other institutions, are destined to be the business leaders of tomorrow. Read the book carefully. Study Jack’s thoughts. LEARN from them as you go.

The template attached to this memo is to be used for recording your thoughts as you read the book. While you’re asked to prepare a “book report,” your creation will not be exactly what you were taught in your English classes. What it will be is a reference document you will have prepared that you can use in all future business classes. And it will contribute a meaningful number of grade points for this course.

The “due date” for your book report is at the beginning of class on Thursday, October 09, 2014. In “fill-inthe-blanks” fashion, use the template printed below. Remove the questions and/or comments and enter your remarks…TYPED!! Don’t forget to type your name in the footer. Typing space will expand as you need it.

Questions? Ask now. In class or via email. Do not include this memo with your report.

 

UNDERNEATH IT ALL

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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I. Mission and Values

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II. Candor

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III. Differentiation

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IV. Voice and Dignity

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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YOUR COMPANY

V. Leadership

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VI. Hiring

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VII. People Management

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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VIII. Parting Ways

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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IX. Change

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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X. Crisis Management

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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YOUR COMPETITION

XI. Strategy

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XII. Budgeting

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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XIII. Organic Growth

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XIV.Mergers and Acquisitions

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XV. Six Sigma

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YOUR CAREER

XVI.The Right Job

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote? 2. List six or more di”erent concepts he raised in this chapter.

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XVII.Getting Promoted

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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XVIII.Hard Spots

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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XIX.Work-Life Balance

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

 

TYING UP LOOSE ENDS

XX. Here, There and Everywhere

1. What points did Jack make? What is your personal reaction to what he wrote?

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