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Management and on the ground staff are not moving in the same direction with management not knowing what is going on in the markets and industries. Unrealistic management views and expectations and making the capable staff leave while retaining those with political and hidden agenda
A highly innovative comapny with diversified technological business in the area of Health-Tech and Lighting Products. L
Good working environment . Management style is very open and cordial - invites participation from employees. Company also promote training and development for growth for all it's staff . There are lots of opportunities for learning and also for growth. A great company to join.
An environment with lots of opportunities to develop and grow
Currently in journey of transitioning, hence job securities is a concern. Softskills play a huge part of moving forward. Management is capable of steering company forward. Hardest part for new comers is to be politically savvy, the most enjoyable is the entrepreneur spirit expected from employees, as well as employee empowerment.
Entrepreneur spirit expected from employees, employee empowerment.
diverse culture, employees from all around the world good bonuses various activities for employees like Christmas/Chinese New Year lunch, fruit party, beer bust, bonus high expectations from the management
various activities for employees like Christmas/Chinese New Year lunch, fruit party, beer bust, bonus
high expectations from the management
As a senior Manager at Philips handling manufacturing operations and global sourcing, the major areas I cover in Philips Lumileds: Supplier strategy (Corporate) – Supplier selection and qualifications, negotiating contracts and supply agreements, capacity and production line readiness, line/quality audits, quarterly business reviews. In short well experienced in the procurement process, procurement system set up and quality assurance Business model & implementation: Selection and execution of the different business models with selected suppliers – as ODM suppliers, as invested business partners, as purely subcontractors with manufacturing value add – each driven with different supply contracts Operations management: Operations at subcontractors and assembly houses, business process from material readiness to process flow and outputs. Daily production outputs are modelled (people, machines, process steps, bottleneck processes, shift-wise) and measured against production targets Commodity and Costing: Global materials sourcing, realize tight cost targets and roadmap that often exceeds business needs, ensure quality and fast delivery. Captured 7% of global market share in 3 years Supply chain set up: Set up forecasting and ordering process, shipment schedules and logistics Finance/CAPEX: Work closely with finance on revenue and profit management, represent business unit at CAPEX board – present business cases for funds approval, manage invested assets at subcontractors In this role I bring together the whole team (R&D, product engineering, quality, - more...
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The job is exciting & full of challenges from the day to day operations support plus the strategic management over the supplier base. The company is very much concern on Sustainability & environment awareness & taking care of our future well being. However due to market situation, cost has becoming an important factors to look into all possible aspect to cut down the cost. In addition, there is many rounds of restructuring within the company that making employee fears of losing job and at the same time losing the morale to work.
Flexible Working Hour
Lack of job security
Good Work culture, Job work life was balanced. Learning was outstanding. Need more improvement on standard work procedure. There was transparency between upper management and lower management. There was a coordination between different Departments to achieve the Company Vision. As it was my first Job I enjoyed every moment being a part of Organization.
Typical Day - Holding Meeting to Understand and Control the Project Timeline. Learning - Coordinate on Various Work Functions. Co-Workers - Stress and Have Fun Together. Hardest Part of the Job - Commissioning the Product with Minimum Defects. Enjoyable Part - Getting the Product out to Market on Time.
Acquired Skills on Project Management.
Great benefits, teamwork, and management. Cutting edge technology in Philips Healthcare PCCI specifically; felt really good to be on the inside loop of some of the largest advancements in patient care, and after coming right out of undergrad in business and math all of my co-workers couldn't have been more helpful in explaining clinical aspects to me, as well as helping me understand customer interactions, etc. (anything that would help our team, somebody would have no problem taking the time to explain and make sure I understand fully the concept/information in question).
Phenomenal benefits/employee treatment, Great team mentality overall
My particular team often worked extreme hours
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