Operations Manager Advice

Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?

Operations Manager in Mystic:
"Don't di it."
Just don't do it. It's a hard job.

Operations Manager in Lancaster:
"Informatjon."
Always seek information.

Operations Manager in Baltimore:
"I wish I knew how to balance my stress level better."
I would say always put 110 percent effort in the job and treat employees with respect. Always give praise when praise is due.

Operations Manager in Camarillo:
"OPERATIONS MANAGER."
Job is detailed. Time management is a must. People skills is a must. FIFO is required within our company.

Operations Manager in Indianapolis:
"People Skills."
Learn to deal with different types of people.

Operations Manager in Indianapolis:
"Always be learning."
Learning and innovating are crucial. When you try a new idea figure out in advance how to measure its success. Then, after you've measured the success (or failure), act upon that. Apply that knowledge.

Operations Manager in New York:
"Productivity."
If you can hold your head high when you leave at the end of the day, and say to yourself, I did my best and made the right decisions with the information provided. Then you did a good job. What would you need to do for a great job?