GE has made its 2005 Annual Report available. The annual report, Go Big, reviews GE's 2005 performance and provides an overview on its three strategic priorities for sustained performance in 2006.
"Great companies want to grow and become big. GE is a big company that uses its size as a platform to be great and drive future growth," writes Jeff Immelt, chairman and CEO of General Electric Company (Fairfield, Connecticut, U.S.), in his letter to stakeholders. "Sustaining our performance requires superior execution around the three imperatives of size: sustain a strong portfolio of leadership businesses, drive common initiatives that expand performance and develop people to grow a common culture that is adaptive, ethical and drives execution.
"Our depth allows us to lead in big markets by providing unmatched solutions for our customers; our breadth allows us to spread concepts across the company, leveraging one small idea to create a big financial gain; and our strength allows us to take the risks required to grow," adds Immelt. "The next few years should be good ones for your company. We are well positioned for accelerating growth, expanding returns and strategic success."
GE is a diversified technology, media and financial services company. The GE Consumer & Industrial business makes major appliances and consumer lighting.
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