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5S Leads to World Class Performance

The key to world class performance is found in a simple but effective program called 5S. 5S is all about creating a more effective workplace that is well organized, free of clutter, and organized so ..
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Productivity Requires Competent People

Competent people are consistently able to render valuable or worthy performance without excessively using costly behaviors. Competencies are measures of worker accomplishment that have a value to the .
(January 10, 2008)
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An Effective Tool For Productivity Improvement

One of the more difficult aspects of developing a competency based training program for improving productivity is to determine what should go into the program. Without a structured approach decided ..
(January 10, 2008)
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Stakeholder Analysis - Key to Productivity Initiatives

Stakeholder analysis aims to identify the stakeholders that are affected by the results of a performance improvement project. It is the first stage of planning any performance project. It is where ..
(January 09, 2008)
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Properly Trained Part Time Trainers Are The Key To Performance .

In today's companies, there are typically two types of trainers:Full-time trainers and part time trainers who are given the task of training others as an additional responsibility. The full time ..
(January 09, 2008)
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Strategic Thinking Vs Strategic Planning

Strategic thinking is often described as reflective dialogue about the future so that one can avoid pitfalls as well as take advantage of opportunities. It is a process whereby you learn how to make ..
(January 07, 2008)
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