Welch Speaks at SuccessFactors User Conference

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<p><b>San Mateo, Calif. &mdash; Jan. 9</b><br />SuccessFactors Inc. CEO Lars Dalgaard has announced Jack Welch, former GE chairman and CEO, will offer his vision and passion for getting the best out of people to the audience at SuccessConnect, SuccessFactors&#39; Global User Conference, June 5-7 in New York City.</p><p>Dalgaard said he is delighted <b>Fortune Magazine</b>&#39;s &quot;Manager of the Century&quot; is available to work with SuccessFactors customers and employees. </p><p>Welch will tackle the real issues all leaders and managers face in their brave quest to transform their organizations and achieve success, whether as the CEO of global enterprise, the general manager of a division or an early-stage entrepreneur. </p><p>&quot;I am honored that Mr. Welch wants to work with us,&quot; Dalgaard&nbsp; said. &quot;As a student of exceptional leadership, it&#39;s hard to express what this means to me personally to have Mr. Welch sharing with our constituents his hard-earned best practices in people management and how technology played a pivotal role.<br /><br />&quot;GE&#39;s people management systems built under Mr. Welch&#39;s leadership and design principles are one of the best, if not the best, people management systems in the world. Our products and philosophies were inspired by Jack&#39;s and our customers&#39; best practices and our shared vision of a fair, results-driven workplace.&quot;</p>

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