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What advice would you give the CEO of Bechtel about how to improve it?

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  • I would love for him to take a good look at the nepotism that is allowed at the CCLNG project, I guess there was no need to print all the policies and procedures because the rules are made as they go on this project.

  • Open an office in a locale in the U.S. that people want to live in, can afford to live, has a strong work market, as well as a reasonable commute.

    This will naturally attract talent.

    Houston, TX or Reston,VA are not attractive options. Nor is Los Angeles, CA.

    An hour drive to the home office and back does not make working for Bechtel (at the home office) an attractive job.

    The weaknesses of the home offices is frankly one of the primary drivers in poor project performance and poor deliverables.

  • All I can say is in my 4 years working there he's done a very good job.

  • Replace the pipe superintendents and sr.gfs

  • Become an under cover employee for a while and see what employees are really talking about and how they feel about management. Specifically document control at the Wtp plant.

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  • Stand up to Naval Reactors. Fire half of management.

  • Keep of the good work. Just give good workers a chance to become an employee without a degree. Some people know a lot about the company.

  • Have people take an enrty test to see if the quilify,

  • Help your people out on the job. Get out from behind ur desk and see what's going on in the feild..

  • There's nothing to advice, they are a very well organize company.

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