What's it like to be an Operations Manager?
As an Operations Manager you will play a leading role in managing the production of goods and/or the provision of services.
Operations Managers are an important part of almost every industry, including retail, insurance, finance, healthcare, education, government institutions and manufacturing organisations.
Whilst your role may vary according to the industry and organisation you work in, you will typically be tasked with financial, staff, and resource management, as well as communications, safety measures, risk management and quality control.
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How to become an Operations Manager
- Complete a bachelor degree in business administration, business, commerce or a related field.
- Consider advancing your skills with a relevant postgraduate degree, such as a Graduate Certificate in Operational Excellence or Master of Business Administration (MBA).
- Gain extensive work experience. Consider starting in an entry-level role in business administration or human resources, before working your way up to roles that focus on managing people and processes.