Developed in the early 1940’s in response to a national crisis, TWI and its “J” programs (Job Methods, Job Relations, and Job Instruction) played an important role in the U.S. meeting its wartime demand. Rediscover how TWI Job Instruction skills can help you train your workforce, transfer skills and stabilize process performance in advance of improving them.
- The 4 step JI method for proper instruction
- The importance of job breakdowns and how to create one
- The importance of planning to train . . . and how to develop a training timetable
About your presenter:
Dave Lange, Optima Associates
David has consulted with a wide variety of manufacturers throughout Wisconsin to improve productivity and bottom line results. Dave’s primary responsibility is to teach lean principles and to apply lean tools with employees at all levels and in all functions of the organization through a variety of methods. His role in the implementation of lean manufacturing techniques was that of coach and mentor, and emphasized the importance of connecting strategy to actionable operations improvements. He creates lasting change with his clients.