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Monthly Archives: March 2016

I know that the Managers need training, but how can I know what each needs?

Much of what an organization spends on training and development is wasted, because needs, skills and past experience is varied; the “one size fits all” doesn’t work. By analyzing the specific needs of the company and of that position and then comparing that to a knowledge and skills assessment of the managers, a custom program can be developed that focuses on filling those learning “gaps.”

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Achieving Manufacturing Excellence through a Management Process

Process. Execution. Discipline.  Manufacturing words, right? Yes, but they are also words that describe the way effective management should work.  Just as quality manufacturing depends on a controlled and organized method, so does the management behavior that gets all of the production work done. What would happen if a plant manager or senior executive purchased […]

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