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GE Chairman & CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt
Jeffrey R. Immelt
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    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineer in Greenville, SC
    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineer in Greenville, SC

    I worked at GE full-time (more than 5 years)


    GE has a lot of top-notch talent, especially engineers. You can learn a lot, regardless of your career level. People that really wish to be managers can advance if they take the opportunities available.


    The upper management has a major issue of not listening to their subordinates. A great example is the implementation of PLM in GE Power & Water (formerly GE Energy). The engineers & supply managers that had to use it identified many issues with the brand brought in (Enovia), yet upper mgmt. pushed it through without allowing for correction. A loss of productivity over 40% was encountered due to a system that was not ready & did not fit the needs of the business -- the headaches entirely belonged to engineering to correct or work around.

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    GE Management really needs to listen & act upon the concerns of engineers. It is the reason I left. What good is it being an engineer responsible for developing new technologies & furthering improvements if mgmt. just does what they feel like instead of analyzing the data in front of them & working with the engineers to improve things?

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