GE's Jeff Immelt Explains Innovation.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on June 13, 2006

The Harvard Business Review has done a great job playing catch-up on the issue of innovation in the 21st century. I was away when a great article by GE’s Immelt came out explaining the origin of the company’s shift to an Ecomagination strategy. Thanks to Noise Between The Stations, I caught up to this bit on metrics and organic growth and GE’shttp://noisebetweenstations.com/personal/weblogs/ shift to wind and solar power as businesses.

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Joe

October 3, 2008 7:52 PM

Jeff Imelt has no credability, he's a hack! under cut ge stock price with a massive new share release not only diluting GE, but priced way lower than the going price. "Who's side he is on is clear and it isn't existing shareholders. Also stated it was a good entry point knowing it wasn't. his plot really screwed us shareholders and buyers out of a lot of our money!

astrosolve

January 17, 2009 3:39 AM

Jeff will take GE to new highest as was done by Jack

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