An industrial manager must make sure the equipment and employees are working at a rapid pace and producing the product on time. They are also in charge of coming up with methods that will help this process and ensure the company is producing quality products. Industrial managers make sure the production process is staying on budget and they also sets financial and production-related goals for the company.
Those interested in pursuing a career as an industrial manager must complete a four-year degree program, preferably in business administration, engineering, or business management. Although it is not a requirement, many industrial managers choose to earn a graduate degree. Many companies have new managers go through an intensive training period, where they learn their employer's business policies and employee management techniques.