As chief innovation officer of General Electric, Siegel has the unique, if not always easy, task of infusing new ideas into a 125-year old giant. Fortunately for her and her equally well-regarded team members, she has the resources and smarts to oversee development of a stream of new products, services, and talent coming down the pike. Before being appointed chief innovation officer, Siegel launched and spent four years running the company’s venture capital arm, GE Ventures, which has invested in more than 100 companies across industries.
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