May 22- General Electric Co, once seen as the epitome of corporate greatness, is trying to end infighting between its divisions, tighten up management and fix quality problems in its products, Chief Executive Officer Larry Culp said on Wednesday. The 127- year-old conglomerate, which was a storied CEO training ground under prior chiefs Jack Welch and Jeff Immelt,...
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"Do you know the number of people who have retired from GE that have seen most of the net worth wiped out?" asks Langone.
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The downfall at GE has been a "colossal failure" in board leadership, says Langone, also co-founder of Home Depot.
I will fight to my death this is not going to be laid on Jack Welch, says Ken Langone, Invemed Associates founder and Home Depot co-founder, weighing in on the shake-up on General Electric's board.
Immelt's move is a chance for redemption after his departure from GE in the latter half of 2017 capped a rocky 16-year run.
This year was the culmination of GE brushing things under the rug for decades, says John Inch, Deutsche Bank analyst, weighing in on General Electric's outlook, as it new CEO attempts to implement a turnaround plan. Former GE CEO Jack Welch handed Jeff Immelt a tough hand, says Inch.
The move illustrates a classic leadership strategy touted by management guru Jack Welch.
It’s the same if you head up a six-person team or a 400,000-person team, says the former GE CEO and management guru.
"Jack's got more business sense than ever," Jim Cramer says.
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"I've been quite clear where we have underperformed and about how to fix that," General Electric's CEO tells CNBC.