Leadership is different from management. Managers get predictable things done predictably. Leaders inspire action and adaptability in an unpredictable world. Jack Welch was CEO of General Electric for over 21 years and in that time transformed GE into one of the world’s most admired and successful companies with his innovative management techniques. Revenues grew five-fold, from $25 billion to $130 billion, and the company’s market capitalization had a 30-fold increase of more than $400 billion. His achievements are considered epic, and as a result, thousands of companies around the world have adopted his business philosophies, most notably his leadership concepts and practices. Jack has always been defined by his zealous love of teaching and commitment to building leaders. At GE, he created one of the world’s premiere corporate training centers and regularly taught there himself. Most recently, Jack founded the Jack Welch Management Institute. As Executive Chairman, Jack is engaged in every aspect of the MBA program and its mission to transform the lives of our students by providing them with the tools to become better leaders, build great teams, and help their organizations win.