" Is employee training critical and key to your company’s success? Scratch that…I already know the answer. Of course it is! A better question would be do you find yourself continuously being asked the same questions over and over, day..."
TIMES-MANAGEMENT VS. MANAGEMENTS-TIME
What is the impact to your bottom line of poor time management? Managing time efficiently requires both skill and experience. Even so, we’ve all had those days where it seems like nothing was accomplished. Nelson Mandela once said, “We must use time...
TRAINING, WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR? ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING!
Training for most companies is vital to profitability and sustainable success. Training exists in all aspects of business and life. From the moment you are born training begins. You observe your parents; older siblings, family members and family friends perform...
WHERE IS YOUR ORGANIZATION’S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY?
Your employees hold the organizational intellectual property required to sustain your business. We can all assume that many companies have one or two employees they couldn’t operate without; someone with an extensive and invaluable amount of intellectual knowledge, someone that...
HOW MANY PROCESS WORKFLOWS SHOULD A COMPANY HAVE?
It has been my experience that companies have many products that have process management and workflow capabilities. Some of them are part of their IT platforms (Microsoft SharePoint, IBM WebSphere etc.), while others are part of Plant Design Management ‘PDM’,...
WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO TRACK TRAINING
Employee learning and training has developed the into most important factor if organizations desire to achieve their business goals. Organizations can deliver training through live classroom training, virtual classroom training, webinars, e-learning modules, or through mobile devices. Some organizations use a...
FIVE IMPORTANT FACTORS IN TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Total Quality Management (TQM) is a participative, systematic approach to planning and implementing a constant organizational improvement process. Its approach is focused on exceeding customers’ expectations, identifying problems, building commitment, and promoting open decision-making among workers. There are five major...