Monday, February 20, 2017

General Electric News Update


Always Keep Your Mind Open And Ready To Learn

There’s nothing like a hike in a forest where the mobile network coverage is low and you’re forced to switch off from your emails and social media. Catherine Mutonyi, the Commercial...

Engineering The Future: GE’s Goal To Bridge The STEM Gender Gap By 2020

GE last week announced goals of having 20,000 women to fill STEM roles at GE by 2020 and obtaining 50:50 representation for all our technical entry-level programmes. The programme will significantly...

‘Curiosity Is the Key To My Success At GE Nigeria’

The GE Reports Africa blog is launching an exciting new series known as “A Day in the Life Of”. This series of profiles gives us the opportunity to cast the spotlight...

GE Announces Partnership With Transnet To Digitise African Transport

GE Transport and Transnet, South African-based freight logistics chain have entered a digital  partnership to seamlessly connect shippers and transport operators in streamlining pricing and capacity on the network, shipment planning,...

Playing Doctor: This VR Could Walk Physicians Through The Patient’s Body

Ludovic Avot and Yannick Le Berre are big video game fans with Avot’s favorite being “Fallout 4, which guides players through post-apocalyptic Boston”. The game is bleak but immersive, and playing...

GE Leads The Way With A Global Performance Management Evolution

With more than 300,000 employees across the globe and 150 years of doing business in Africa, GE is no stranger to introducing innovative new technologies to the market. GE has proven...

Robots Are Coming To The Cubicle

By Ravnit Kohli When you hear the word “automation,” you may picture large, seemingly autonomous machines assembling cars on a factory floor. While this form of robotics has become a surging, multi-billion...
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