During this first-of-its-kind event, members of GE’s Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP) from six major GE businesses took action in a synchronized orchestration to analyze the compressed air systems at 49 GE manufacturing sites. By the end of the weekend, 265 projects were identified, representing a reduction in energy use of 44 billion BTU’s with an investment payback of only 5 months. This is a reduction in greenhouse gases of 13,000 metric tons; offsetting the emissions of 2,232 automobiles or 1,021 average homes every year.
Meet Mallika Ramaswamy. She’s the operations leader for the rotor assembly cell in Greenville. In case you didn’t already know, the rotor assembly cell is responsible for the heart of the gas turbine, where the major pieces of the unit come together to form a technology – massive in size — that leaves the facility on a railcar headed off to power the world. Listen to Mallika tell the story of gas turbines in her own words.
The GE Japan Leadership Program office will visit eight cities in the U.S. and Europe to meet students in the area. This event is for GE’s premier Leadership Programs in Financial Management, Human Resources, Information Management, Risk Management, Operation Management, Sales & Marketing and Engineering functions. If you are thinking about a leadership program position, apply below!
Dayane de Santi, OMLP, speaks about the different challenges she faced joining this leadership program and her experiences dealing with distinct responsibilities and projects.
GE’s entry-level leadership programs offer recent college graduates top development opportunities that combine real-world experience with formal classroom study. These programs cover everything from IT to engineering to finance. Through a series of rotating assignments – typically over a period of two years – new professionals receive accelerated development, world-class mentors, and global networking that cuts across all GE’s businesses. GE’s leadership programs are as important to a student’s personal brand as a college degree.
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