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Q: What is it like working as a Vice President (VP), Operations?

February 2014
"Make Sure You Get What You're Worth."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
As the saying goes, "hire cheap, always cheap." I made the mistake of settling for far too low a salary. Don't make the same mistake.
March 2014
"High Responsibility In Customer And Company Funds."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Pros: Working with people of different backgrounds. Being able to teach others. Feeling satisfaction for a job well done.
Cons: Medium level of stress, long hours, being responsible for other people actions.
April 2014
"Organizational transition."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Be mindful of how the organization will look in the next 36 months.
June 2014
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Listen, learn, apply.
July 2014
"Start With Broad Based, Theoretical Education."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Elite schools offer broad based, theoretical education. This provides the opportunity to apply first principles to a many different fields of endeavor. Particularly for inventors and innovation leaders, having the broadest possible educational exposure assures the highest probability of success.
August 2014
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Be prepared to do the govt's job .. Too much compliance.
September 2014
"Don't Work For A Friend."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Share knowledge and always search for something better.