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In Winning, their 2005 international bestseller, Jack and Suzy Welch created a rare document, both a philosophical treatise on fundamental business practices and a gritty how-to manual, all of it delivered with Jack's trademark candor and can-do optimism. It seemed as if "no other management book," in the words of legendary investor Warren E. Buffett, would "ever be needed ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published October 31st 2006 by HarperBusiness
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Lubna
The book, “Winning” was published back in 2005 and this sparked off a deluge of questions from college students, professionals, entrepreneurs and people from all walks of life on subjects ranging from leadership and globalization, to tough bosses and teamwork. This book: “Winning: The Answers – Confronting 74 of the toughest questions in business today” contains some of the most relevant of questions asked. As Jack Welch on his website emphasizes: Winning is great!

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Adam
They missed "trivial" before "answers" in the title
Fatma Al_Badah
it is really interesting, especially for whom who are in business field.
you will find answers for very important questions in today's global business world ( practical,smart and reality answers) hope u all like it
"when u talk with Jack about management ,his energy and passion fill the room.You get a similar experience with this book-the same qualities jump at u from every page :)" one of th ecomments
Srikanth
Jun 22, 2008 Srikanth rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: MBA guys
Shelves: leadership
Book contains very good brief answers for Frequently Asked Questions by many people (businessmen, students, analysts etc.,). This will be very much useful for MBA students since these are matching to present scenario than the academic book case discussions. Quite good. REcommend to everyone who pursues Business, Marketing, Finance etc., Also for first line of managers who are in with market.
Kewannah
sure, this book has tons of great tips and advice on how to manage working in companies of all types however it's not really a book that you read cover to cover.

it's more of a resource book that you reference from time to time. Reading it from cover to cover will certainly be a boring read
Rajiv Bhattacharya
An excellent book covering a lot of diverse topics in business right from being a leader to career advice.Chapters are short and to the point. A very good read for working professionals
Lori Grant
A must-read autobiograpy on leadership for knowledge workers, managers, directors, C-levels, and entrepreneurs.
Julie
Answers a broad range of questions. It was a very quick read as only bits and pieces were pertinent to my needs.
nilay
Such a helpful book for all the level of workers. You can feel that ypu are not alone and have power for facing up.
Pablo
Mar 21, 2010 Pablo rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone
Jack is a great leader and a great person, he's always a refreshing and motivating read.
Tony Canas
Not as essential as Winning but an interesting quick read which ties some loose ends.
Abdullah ALSOBIYL
Jack welsh view of leadership
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John Francis "Jack" Welch, Jr. has been Chairman and CEO of General Electric, coauthor with his wife Suzy Welch of a widely read weekly business column, The Welch Way, and recently launched the "Jack Welch Management Institute," an online MBA program.
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