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Winning

De : Jack Welch,Suzy Welch
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    Description

    Jack Welch knows how to win. During his 40-year career at General Electric, he led the company to year-after-year success around the globe, in multiple markets, against brutal competition. His honest, be-the-best style of management became the gold standard in business, with his relentless focus on people, teamwork, and profits.

    Welch's optimistic, no excuses, get-it-done mind-set is riveting. Packed with personal anecdotes and written in Jack's distinctive no-b.s. voice, Winning is a great read and a great business book. It offers deep insights, original thinking, and nuts-and-bolts advice that are bound to change the way people think about work.

    Want to learn more about Jack Welch and Winning? Download this free interview.
    ©2005 Jack Welch (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

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    "It's difficult to think of anyone in business who wouldn't benefit from reading this savvy, engaging cubicle-to-boardroom guide to success." (Publishers Weekly)

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    • Global
      5 out of 5 stars
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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 18/04/2005

    Jack's Alltime-Best

    Jack has outdone himself. His first book was great; repleat with stories of his experiences at GE. This new book surpasses it, and all the other business "self-improvement" books in print. This book does not merely give "window dressing" with a littiny of "war stories". It is a virtual "Bible" of strategies, tips, and lessons on how to deal with the most difficust business crises, problems, and stressful circumstances. It looks at these problems not only from management or company admin; but also from the eyes and views of the individual employees as well. He takes you through hiring, finding the right job, handling the difficult boss; handling difficulties of mergers and acquisitions, both from the acquiree's and aquireror's perspectives. He addresses the problems of how businesses enter into new product or service areas, both by start up, or by acquisition. He teaches the do's and don'ts of both. He talks candidly about "six sigma" the uses and non-uses of the program; why it works, why it doesen't. He talks about the difficult decisions to "fire", when to "cut bait" with a poor performing employee (and how to do it gracefully). He also addresses real business situation problems form the employee's standpoint-- how to deal with demotion, non-promotion, or outright termination. It is clearly the best business book around, it will be an all time classic in the business world. And, to top things off, Jack reads this in his own voice, with his unique brand of enthusiasm, energy, positive attitude, magic, "PMA" whatever you want to call it. Impressive.

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    • Noemi G
    • 30/04/2005

    The Iaccoca of the New Millenium

    I read this business title in hard copy on a recent business trip and found it a useful skim. Much like all the Lee Iaccoca books and lectures that we suffered through in the 80s and 90s, this man is a (very successful) gas-bag. Pick it up for a quick skim at best, there are some good career lessons and caveats in the book.

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    • Gregory
    • 10/10/2005

    Ok if you're in upper level management

    I was kind of disappointed in this book. I very much enjoyed From The Gut -- but this one had much less to do with individual motivation and more to do with being a CEO. While this might sound good at first glance, somehow it just missed the mark in transferring helpful information. There are just too many other better audio programs available to waste a credit on this book.

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    • Jim
    • 02/08/2005

    Only for conglomerates

    Disappointing. Jack Welch is a genius but this audio is spent mostly from the perspective of the big conglomerate companies. Mergers, acquistions, etc. Sure, you can pick up a few good thoughts but I wouldn't spend my money on it unless you are running a GE size company.

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    • Warren
    • 22/09/2007

    Great insights for aspiring leaders

    I have listened to this book several times. It is entertaining and inspirational, filled with many useful and practical insights into business management and leadership.
    Jacks Welsh reads the book himself and this conveys the emotion of the events he describes so much better than a professional narrator ever could. It's almost like being in the boardroom with him, understanding his thought process and how he works complex business problems towards a solution.
    This book is so much more than an autobiography of Jack's time running GE.. it shines light on what goes on behind the closed doors of the boardrooms of billion dollar companies and shows that the difficulties and business decisions being made are no different than you are making in your own job today - - there are just a few more commas and bigger dollar signs attached.
    For those who disagree with Jack's hard-hitting management style, there is a lot to learn whether you agree with his decisions or oppose them. As you listen to Jack explain some of the difficult situations he was faced with, you can decide how you would have handled the situation.
    Overall a very useful and entertaining management and leadership workbook.

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    • Troy Pachal
    • 29/04/2013

    The Real Deal

    If you could sum up Winning in three words, what would they be?

    Brash, Real, Applicable

    What did you like best about this story?

    Jacks experience in forging ahead with a style of management that was uncommon at the time is a testament to his strength as a leader and a true pioneer in the business world.

    What about Jack Welch’s performance did you like?

    The stories of his past and what he came through as an individual

    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    no, too much detail and too many concepts to expect to digest in one sitting

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    • B. H. Taylor
    • 28/05/2005

    Skim the hardcopy, Skip the audio

    Excuse me, Audible! I love ya, and I love and have learned from Jack for years, but a southern boy like me couldn't track with Mr. Welch's narrative style. So I bought the hardback. As expected, I found the written information very useful -- I will refer to this volume often.
    I listened to "Gut" years ago and liked both content and narration -- although Mr. Welch could have cut the thing in half, in my view. Content of "Winning" is more direct and useful, but Jack works himself into a lather -- this is endearing, really, he's a passionate guy -- and slurs his narration into something I had to work too hard at to understand. Worn out, I turned off, wimped out . . . and read the good book in hardcopy.

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    • jc
    • 24/07/2008

    Nothing about winning, everything about Jack

    This audio book is a long winded boast about all of Jack's accolades managing GE and contains an accumulation of vague examples of how his experiences managing GE could some how apply to your life (in which he makes very weak connections). The only practical advice he gives comes in the last chapter, when he advises how to advance your career by stating the obvious, corporate ladder brown nosing. Get your direct manager to look good so that when he/she gets promoted, you'll get your promotion. Unless you would like to support Jacks retirement, dont get it, save your credit for something that is more coherent. I would have given it zero stars to help bring down it's over inflated rating. The marketing efforts for this book are about the only thing that I commend.

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    • Frank
    • 26/07/2005

    Do you want to win?

    I'm not one that spends time to write a review, but I knew after hearing this book that I must. We all know that Mr. Welch has a tremendous following so this is another review that validates it and exposes another value or two to an individual. From the many incredible mentors I've had in the past I've heard many things that I can refer to within this book. One that I can state here is this, we?ve all heard that "Practice makes perfect", but how about "Perfect practice make Perfect" Well Mr. Welch has exposed not only his toolbox but the wisdom and history he has attained from using it.

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    • Jeff
    • 12/06/2005

    Great Book but the Narration...

    I don't read a lot of business books - most are collections of common sense or just a new fad. "Winning" is different, and this one actually contains some actionable ideas for companies and individuals.

    The one problem I have with the book is the narrator (Jack Welch). There's been a disturbing trend lately for authors to read their own works, either through ego or whatever, and most need to stick to their day jobs. Welch's delivery sets a new low for this category, making a great book a difficult listen with his poor enunciation and grating voice. I kept wanting him to get a drink of water or clear his throat, not to mention slow down the delivery.

    While Welch's passion shows through, and I highly recommend the content, his rendition of his work makes slogging through an ordeal. I would have given the book five stars but for this.

    To Mr. Welch and those other "self-read" authors: Please let the professionals do it and stick with writing.

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    • Florian
    • 20/02/2021

    old news

    nothing new, nothin out of this world. Absolutely without a doubt the perfect entrance for anyone starting with the topic business. But for anyone else, not so much