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Jack: Straight from the Gut - Study Guide Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Twenty years earlier, Jack gave Wall Street analysts his vision for what he wanted GE to become. Then Jack took the bureaucracy and shook it up, creating a world-class organization whose excellence is accepted around the world. He is confident that he leaves a true meritocracy, a place full of involved and excited people with good values and high integrity. During the first 10 years Jack says it is like war, which is the result of changing ahead of the curve. There are no modest revolutions or transformations. Jack believes he is too cautious, regardless of what his reputation indicates.

Jack leaves a century-old institution embracing change with a passion to learn and share new ideas, which allow diverse businesses to grow faster and perform better. Globalization is only one outcome of the stretch for the best products and intellect.

Jack hesitates to predict, but he...

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