Teaching readily applicable concepts and tools based on the principles and practices of Jack Welch and other leading business thinkers, the Jack Welch Management Institute at Strayer University provides students and organizations with the proven methodologies, immediately actionable practices, and respected credentials needed to win in business.
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About Jack Welch
Jack Welch is one of the world's most respected and celebrated CEOs, known for his unmatched track record of success, enormous love of people, fierce passion for winning, and unbridled desire to change the world for the better using his unique management practice.
In his 21 years as CEO, Jack transformed GE into the world's most admired and successful company with his innovative management techniques. Revenues grew five-fold from $25 billion to $130 billion, income grew ten-fold, from $1.5 billion to $15 billion, and the company's market capitalization had a 30-fold increase of more than $400 billion. His achievements are considered epic, and as a result, thousands of companies around the world have adopted The Welch Way.
After retiring from GE in 2001, Jack Welch has only become more active in business. He has written two best-selling business books, actively participates in managing numerous companies as part of a private equity group, and is a fixture on TV as a popular business commentator.
Jack Welch has always been defined by his zealous love of teaching and commitment to building leaders. At GE, he created one of the world's premiere corporate training centers and regularly taught there himself. More recently, he taught a popular course as a visiting professor at MIT's Sloan School of Management, and he regularly teaches seminars to CEOs and senior executives around the world.
Working closely with an outstanding faculty, Jack Welch is engaged in every aspect of the Jack Welch Management Institute. As Distinguished Professor, he appears in weekly videos about current business events, interacts with students via email, and is deeply involved in the development of the program's curriculum.