Jeff Immelt, former chairman and CEO of GE, discusses dealing with change.
- What kind of advice do you give to workers…who have been somewhere 15, 20 years and are suddenly…dealing with a totally changed world?…How do you manage the second half of your career…or the last years of your career…at a time of massive change?…- So I guess one of my personal philosophies is…I can always get better.…I can always improve, I can always learn,…I can always get better.…And if people who embrace that, we're going to help them,…people who fight that, it's quite hard, right?…In other words, we can't keep the digital transformation…from happening.…
People that want to embrace it drive the projects forward,…get the training for it, they're going to be okay.…People that say it's just too hard for me,…it's too late in my career, I'm 60, it's not too late…for me, it's not too late for you either,…so you have to go.…And then at all times really I say to people look,…I want you to love the company as much…as I love the company.…I want you to love it and I want you to be here,…but I want everybody in the company to know…
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