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GE Premier Profile, Nehemiah Stephens

Design engineer Nehemiah Stephens is proud to be an integral part of GE Healthcare, creating transformational medical technologies.

SEC and GE win Saudi innovation prize

Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) and GE have received the Saudi Water & Power Forum (SWPF) Award for innovation for their operations at SEC’s Power Plant 12 in Riyadh.

Teachers take on STEM projects at GE workshop

General Electric hosted a workshop for middle school teachers on Wednesday at its facility in Schenectady. The teachers will now form teams of students that will take part in a competition in April.

Supporting Our Veterans: It’s Personal

John Chehansky, Blue Angels #4 1975

“It’s not about charity–it’s about supporting our veterans and gaining a competitive business edge in the markets we serve.”

So says Rubin Dhillon, global marketing director of embedded solutions at GE’s Intelligent Platforms business, in his latest blog post at A Connected Battlefield. From his unique perspective, he’s able to see a compelling connection between the leadership qualities ingrained in our veterans and the career opportunities that abound at GE.

“There is another ‘organization’ out there that is just as obsessed with leadership–the armed forces of the world. So it is only natural that GE seeks to fill its ranks with veterans–a highly skilled and disciplined talent pool of natural leaders.” Read the rest of Rubin’s post here.

The GE Veterans Network aims to make GE the employer of choice for veterans, reservists and guardsmen while creating a GE community of veterans and veteran leaders. It supports and encourages the career development and growth of all its members while also serving the veteran community nationwide through national and local community service events.

Read more about how GE’s commitment is carried out in the individuals employed at GE, including John Chehansky, our Director of Business Development here at GE’s Intelligent Platforms Military and Aerospace business, who served as a jet, carrier-based, fighter pilot during the Vietnam conflict, a “Top Gun” graduate, and a Blue Angel.

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The Science Of Ideation: What CMOs Can Learn From GE’s Beth Comstock

When it comes to CMOs, Beth Comstock is atypical. It’s not just that she was a biology major in college or that she’s held the CMO title twice while staying with the same company for most of her career or that she helped launch an idea that now generates about $30 billion in annual sales for GE. No, what makes Comstock truly atypical is her commitment to innovation, turning what is for most an art form into a science, complete with methodical experimentation and relentless exploration.