GE Aircraft Engines (GEAE) is the worlds leading producer
of large and small jet engines for commercial and military aircraft.
GEAEs technological excellence, supported by continuing substantial
investments in research and development, has been the foundation
of growth and helps to ensure quality products for customers. Revenues
in 2002 are $131.7 Billion.
Outdated Quality Standards policies.
Re-engineered Quality Practices for 16,000 employees resulting in
unprecedented 100% successful passing of government audits without
increasing staff or resources. Reduced delays, lag time and costs
"BonnieJean is innovative and quick to find the right solution for all involved. She displays high integrity and a strong work ethic and was a fabulous asset to our project."
Tonya Herron, Former Manager, GE PC Distributed Services
Non-strategic personal computing hardware throughout 165 engineering
Developed, implemented and managed re-allocation process for $3M
Q4 hardware budget of new Novell-served 486 PCs and HP710
Computing hardware and software distribution doubled over 2.5 years.
Lack of processes to support rapid growth of training needs and
Trained corporate adults in software and hardware. Developed purchase
tracking standards, and negotiated purchases for $1.3 million annual
software budget. Increased efficiencies by 20%. Provided written
and coached hardware and software technical support and technical
training for PC, Macintosh and Wang end-users.
Rapid growth in Information Technology organization without documentation
Solely responsible for all Desktop Publishing in Information Technology
organizations for new and existing documentation. Authored technical
newsletter with distribution of 200 users. Co-chaired PC User Group.
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