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The Global Performance Optimization Center (GPOC), in Erie monitors messages from over 17,000 locomotives for 53 customers in 23 countries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and is dedicated to improving our customers’ operations, every moment of every day!  Opened in Erie, PA in 1997, the center monitors messages from over 17,000 locomotives for 53 customers in 23 countries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 

Alan Hamilton and Anne Eisert are third and fourth generation GE employees in Erie, PA.  Read about Alan and Anne and their family history here at GE. 

While at the World Economic Forum this week in Davos, GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller, talks about leaning into change. In her most recent blog, she talks about the need to embrace flux, have discussions with diverse voices and bring in people outside of your organization to understand the environment in which your products and solutions will be working.

As part of his reinvention effort, GE’s Chief Executive Jeff Immelt said putting more executive women in powerful roles is a crucial aspect to the company's transformation. Jamie Miller, president and CEO of GE Transportation, is featured and shares how her GE career evolution and being taken out of her comfort zone has helped her become a business leader. Read more here.

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