General Electric Co (GE) Reviews
Q: What is it like working as an Operations Manager?
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.
Operations Manager in Mesquite:
"First Management Experience."
Pros: What I like most about my position is that I get to oversee and manage a growing company that has a government contract. The growth potential of healthcare under government healthcare is a huge market. We are a small company that is able to run lean and mean and create a name for ourselves. I guess I like the Challenge of knowing the extreme potential and seeing the fruit little by little begin to come. I enjoy starting from scratch.
Cons: Unfortunately this was an acquisition company so there is an learning curve on how things were done in the past. The former owners did not keep good records and did not handle the company with the care and reguard this company deserves.
Operations Manager in Denver:
"Army Operations Manager."
Pros: I am able to contribute to the decision making process of what my battalion does on a daily basis. I also advise the commander on what is or can be more effective. My view point is valued and changes are made on a regular basis to improve productivity and the welfare of the Soldiers in our organization.
Operations Manager in Canton:
"Get as many degrees and certifications as possible that will."
Get as many degrees and certifications as possible that will enhance your future career.
Operations Manager in Corpus Christi:
Continued education is a plus, plus benefit in any profession. There are always new programs, software and technologies worth learning which can assist you in your everyday performance.
Operations Manager in Port Hueneme:
Learn everything you can of every process under your supervision first the progress to learning, grasping, the great "picture"; all that is involved in the end result. Cross training personnel is essential.