One course of Optima’s three-course TWI Certification Program, this one-day workshop focuses on developing the skills required to train employees effectively so that they can perform their job tasks correctly, completely and independently. Based on the TWI JI training approach, you will: • Learn the 4-step training technique to effectively train new and existing employees to […]
Perhaps the most important element to effective use of TWI is the understanding and practical application by leaders to use Job Relations techniques. One course of Optima’s three-course TWI Certification Program, this one-day TWI-JR workshop explores the purpose of JR to support Job Instruction (JI) and Job Methods (JM) in the use of TWI as […]
One course of Optima’s three-course TWI Certification Program, this one-day workshop focuses on the skills required to improve and document current production/work methods. These skills, traditionally thought of as lean skills, can help your business processes stabilize, improve and thrive. Based on the TWI – JM improvement approach, you will: • Learn and apply the […]
Your self confidence sets the stage for your achievements. Believing in yourself and having determination to succeed you will surely make it happen. Take time to reflect on the past and set personal goals for the new year that will fulfill your passion. Think about opportunities to learn about something new by attending Optima’s learning […]
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Current issue of Connected highlights upcoming Breakfast and Workshop Series topics including “Seven Deadly Sins of Lean,” by Christian Wolcott, “The People Experience,” by Karen Sinette and “Five Day Lean Leader,” by Dave Lange. See more by clicking HERE.