CEO Bennett has crafted a nifty turnaround. Now, he’s challenging the company’s corporate culture
By most measures, Nov. 29, 1999, was already a stellar day for Stephen M. Bennett. After 22 years at General Electric Co., he was promoted to executive vice-president of GE Capital, a prize for boosting equipment-financing profits 150% and launching two GE Capital e-business units. But things would get even better: At home that night, a headhunter called. Software maker Intuit Inc. (INTU ) needed a chief executive. Bennett didn’t hesitate. At GE, he says, “I wondered how much of my success was GE and how much was me.” (full story)
Avantgo users: To see links to the “full story” you must have live access to the Internet.
Latest posts by Ramon Ray (see all)
- Advice from the 2017 SXSW Dell Experience: How to Pitch a Complex Business - March 30, 2017
- The Experience: Dell Showcases the Power of Technology at SXSW 2017 - March 28, 2017
- Accounting Gets Artificial Intelligence: Xero’s New Service - March 16, 2017