Operations Manager Advice
Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Operations Manager in Fargo:
"It is NOT personal."
#1 - you have to define you and the JOB 2 different people. #2 - don't treat people like a number, but don't let them treat you like you are dirt under their shoes either.
Operations Manager in Macon:
"How to manage people better."
Learn what lean means and follow it.
Operations Manager in Meridian:
"That one day company would go out of business."
Always ways remember that the store managers make or break your company.
Operations Manager in Pompano Beach:
"A manager is only as good as the staff that reports to them."
Treat staff with respect. Being a manager is not a license to just boss people around. Working with your staff, getting your hands dirty, earns respect and builds teamwork.
Operations Manager in Arlington:
Pros: Good challenge to work flexibity.
Cons: Some time expend more hours normally do my regular job.
Operations Manager in Dickinson:
"Over see all work."
Pros: The freedom to do whatever is needed to get the job done.
Cons: Too much stress and don't have all the needed backing.
Operations Manager in Walton Hills:
Pros: Analysis of Data and increasing efficiency and productivity.
Cons: The inability of management to make and take decisive action.