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15 days ago

U.S. Government Affairs Fellow

General Electric Company Washington, DC

• Research US public policy and regulatory issues such as, financial services, energy, healthcare and transportation • Attend Washington-area… General Electric Company

23 days ago

Executive Assistant Government Affairs, International

General Electric Company Washington, DC

• Being flexible to ever changing schedules, with travel arrangements needing constant and diligent attention. • Researching and compiling… General Electric Company

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GE Chairman & CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt
Jeffrey R. Immelt
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  • Corporate IT Strategic Vision is Inconsistent YoY

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    I have been working at GE full-time (More than 5 years)


    Working with and leading very bright and talented individuals. Many opportunities for change in role provided you build relationships across the vast and different IT spaces and business units. Great training and professional development courses. Excellent experience to build exposure of complex enterprise architectures.


    Inconsistent strategy and vision of internal IT solutions. No emphasis placed on strategic decisions made from quantitative data in recent years, with large and grandiose statements being the norm often with no modeling for total cost of ownership. 18 month minimum in job before moving to a new position often leaves 90% completed product, tool or service rolled out with the original project owner or executive champion moving on with no direct link to future project success, failure, or TCO projection alignment.

    Advice to Management

    Drive IT strategy with cash flow and cost based approach; eliminating strategic vision statements with no imperial data to validate. Go back to multi-year valuations to provide data points on project, tool, and architecture success and continue to drive efficiencies of scale.

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