AEP – Tulsa, OK
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AEP – Columbus, OH
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I worked at AEP full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Leadership was reasonably accessible and seemed to know how to operate politically to ensure the company remained fairly stable.
Pay was solid.Cons
There was a strong emphasis on years of experience within the culture that resulted in a lot of great ideas being discarded due to "we already tried that once" or "that's not how we do things around here."
AEP had an aging workforce and high turn-over of the best young talent.
For Emerging Techologies - there was too much focus on a new technology and very little thought put into the customer and whether they might actually understand and want to use the technology.
Because AEP is regulated the complexities of the business model and the delays in funding presented some challenges.
Finally, the decentralized business model resulted in poor communications and a lot of inefficiencies within the overall business.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Focus on cultural change so that folks are open to ideas, improvements, and innovation not because of "who" provided the idea but instead on the true merits of the inputs themselves.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO