A Mover And Shaker, Ge Style

Gary C. Wendt is perhaps as close to the embodiment of the General Electric Co. ethic as one can get. A tightly wound man who keeps his impatience just below the surface, he is extremely demanding. Wendt, a University of Wisconsin engineering graduate, closely monitors operations and is forever quizzing subordinates about their progress--with the assurance of one who already knows a lot of the answers. Says Edward D. Stewart, one of three executive vice-presidents who report to Wendt: "He's obviously a constant pusher."

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