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Peter Day examines trends and developments in industry and the world of work.

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Thursday 29 September 2005
Jeff Immelt.
Jeff Immelt

Take Me to the Leader

This week's programme looks at two different captains of industry.

First the company man, Jeff Immelt who is the Chief Executive and Chairman of one of the world's biggest companies, General Electric.

Next the serial entrepreneur, Wayne Huizinga, former head of companies such as Blockbuster Video, AutoNation and owner of the American football team the Miami Dolphins.

Peter Day compares the two gentlemen's different ways of working and gets their insights into what it is like being a leader.

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Wayne Huizinga
Former head of companies such as Blockbuster Video, AutoNation and owner of the American football team the Miami Dolphins

Jeff Immelt
Chief Executive and Chairman, General Electric
Jeff Immelt's Website

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Peter Day writes a weekly column for News Interactive.

Read his column Work in Progress on Jeffrey Immelt. Or read this week's Work in Progress.



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