Notable Industry Deaths [Dyson and Welch]

R.I.P Jack Welch and Freeman Dyson

By Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA

I studied both these management icons in business and graduate school. Then, I modified their ideas for my own medical practice and related corporate business entities.

Later, I ported their styles into the healthcare industrial complex and continue to stream line them into my academic professional university endeavors. Many thanks to you both! 

Freeman Dyson in his Own Words

LINK: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/615301/freeman-dyson-in-his-own-words/?utm_source=newsletters&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=the_download.unpaid.engagement

Jack Welch, Legendary CEO of General Electric, Dies at Age 84

LINK: https://www.wsj.com/articles/jack-welch-legendary-ceo-of-general-electric-dies-at-age-84-11583158270

Assessment: Your thoughts are appreciated

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  1. Jack Welch,

    Welch retired on Sept. 7, 2001. Four days later, his successor Jeffrey Immelt was left steering GE through a national crisis. Immelt was also left handling the fallout from Welch’s more questionable decisions, like building out GE Capital (which nearly dragged the whole company down in 2008).

    •Today, GE’s worth <$100 billion, and a string of CEOs have sold off non-core divisions in an effort to slim down and refocus.

    Welch later acknowledged his relentless pursuit of shareholder value was problematic, and argued a company's main constituencies should be employees, customers, and products.

    Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA

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