GE’s digital transformation

Jeff Immelt on GE’s investments in big data, brilliant factories, and the industrial Internet, and the role of humans in the industrial economy of the 21st century.

August 11, 2016
Mural detail, "Mail Transportation" — San Pedro Post Office, San Pedro, California, circa 1935. Mural detail, "Mail Transportation" — San Pedro Post Office, San Pedro, California, circa 1935. (source: Wikimedia Commons)

“If we don’t grab this next wave of the information age we’re not going to be able to generate the kind of productivity that is required to be competitive.”—Jeff Immelt, Chairman & CEO of GE

This conversation took place at Next:Economy 2015.

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