Winning

Winning

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A champion manager of people, Jack Welch shares the hard-earned wisdom of a storied career in what will become the ultimate business bible



With Winning, Jack Welch delivers a wide-ranging, in-depth, no-holds-barred management guidebook about the tough strategic, organizational, and personal challenges that face people at every stage of their careers. Loaded with candid personal anecdotes, hard-hitting advice, and invaluable dos and don’ts, Jack explains his theory of business, by laying out the four most important principles that form the foundation of his success.

Chapters include: How to Get Promoted, How to Think about Strategy, How to Write a Budget that Works, How to Work for a Jerk, How Find Work-Life Balance and How Start Something New. Enlivened by quotes from business leaders that Welch interviewed especially for the book, it’s a tour de force that reflects Welch’s mastery of execution, excellence and leadership.

Title:Winning
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780060753948
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    Winning Reviews

  • Chris

    1) Keep your HR Director on the Senior Team.2) The top 20% usually do a great job of managing their work-life balance because they've learned to cultivate relationships, budget time, set boundaries an...

  • Ruslan Kuzamysh

    UNDERNEATH IT ALLHave a positive attitude and spread it around, never let yourself be a victim, and for goodness' sake -- have fun.MISSION AND VALUESEffective mission statements balance the possible a...

  • Louis

    Comments on "Winning" by Jack WelchThis is a very down to earth book; with lots of advices that are sensible and convincing. Also, this book is suitable for even job-starters. In fact, I think it is p...

  • Lance

    I have to confess that I was a little biased in selecting this book as the next one for me to read. I thought it a good idea to get some ideas from the man that did so much to transform the company th...

  • Aljoharah Alobaikan

    This book is so great written by Jack Welch who is one of the most prominent CEOs of the last century. He has earned name recognition from people around the world. It’s written clearly and simply i...

  • Serise

    Winning. Winning. Winning. Where do I even start with Winning? This is an audiobook/book that I listen to and read ALL THE TIME. Differentiation, 20-70-10, and who can forget CANDAH? If you get the au...

  • Bakunin

    This is basically a book on management by the former CEO of General Electric. It contains the kernel of Welchs views on what leadership is all about. Its about finding the right people for the right j...

  • Hung

    Saw this a while ago while putzing about at the Denver library (there was a stack of 8 or so of this book, which caught my eye). I'm not particularly interested in business management on a practical l...

  • Lucas

    The Candor Effect:1) Candor gets more people in the conversation, and when you get more people in the conversation, to state the obvious,, you get idea rich. By that, I mean any more ideas get surface...

  • Pradit Pinyopasakul

    Winning is one of the book I like the best, due to its practicality. Although I finished reading this book since 6 years ago, I still remember the chapter on Strategy which is really practical. That c...