Jade LAU

Cohort 21-22, Faculty of Social Science (Psychology)
Supply Chain Assistant, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices

We have not only gained valuable workplace experience in COOP, but also a new perspective on our personal development.

The fast-paced environment at JnJ MedTech was a big adjustment, and I felt overwhelmed in the first few weeks. I started to spend extra time with my colleagues, asking questions and observing their work processes. I also turned to be more proactive in identifying and solving problems, and was even able to bring a fresh perspective to the table. Despite the initial difficulties, I adapted to the company’s culture, work style and expectations. I was exposed to different approaches to supply chain management. Indeed, I underwent transformative changes throughout the Co-op journey.