April 8, 2005
News & Opinion: More on Winning
Halley Suitt says she likes Winning, but questions with the decision to lead the book with a chapter on mission statements.
NEWS & OPINION: The Rundown on Winning
By 800-CEO-READ, published April 11, 2005, at 8:01 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture
With this being the opening weekend for Winning, much has been written. The consensus seems to be "Yeah, it's worth reading. " BusinessWeek - Welch Has More to Say.
NEWS & OPINION: Money as a Motivator?
By 800-CEO-READ, published April 11, 2006, at 7:07 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture
The question of the week directed towards Jack and Suzy Welch is: In our business, the biggest challenge we have today is motivating our people. What's the best way to do that? *From BusinessWeek's March 27, 2006 issue Beyond money, they have four suggestions: Recognition Recognize people's achievements.
NEWS & OPINION: Couldn't Agree More
By 800-CEO-READ, published May 3, 2005, at 12:36 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture
This from the May 9, 2005 issue of Forbes: On Charlie Rose's TV show ex-General Electric boss Jack Welch said Winning, his new book with new wife Suzy Welch, was better than his previous book, Jack: Straight from the Gut, with now-Fast Company editor John Byrne. Left unsaid: Straight sold 3 million copies. Welch tells FORBES he "misspoke," calling Byrne a "great collaborator.
NEWS & OPINION: The Wall Street Journal Business Gurus List
By 800-CEO-READ, published May 6, 2008, at 5:38 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture
The Wall Street Journal yesterday had a major feature titled "New Breed of Business Gurus Rises. " The article provides a ranking of the thought leaders in business today. The ranking system is based on the 2003 book What's the Big Idea?
NEWS & OPINION: WSJ compares Winning to oatmeal
By 800-CEO-READ, published April 8, 2005, at 3:18 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture
Here is the two opening paragraphs to The Wall Street Journal's review [sub. needed] of Winning by the Welches: Books of a certain genre, notably those written by celebrity coaches or businessmen, tend to serve gruel to readers who really want to know the author's secret sauce. "Winning" (HarperBusiness, 372 pages, $27.