The members of our experienced Operational Excellence Team can help you produce more efficiently. Our team has experience in all phases of manufacturing and can work with you to identify improvement opportunities and implement solutions within your organization.
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Upcoming OE & Manufacturing Events
It's that time of year. We're giving performance reviews! Giving feedback can be scary, whether you're an employee trying to deliver constructive feedback or an individual contributor trying to give upward feedback. While we all know feedback is critical to employee and organizational success, about 60% of employees say that they have not received useful feedback in the last 6 months. Join top manufacturing and innovation leaders as we dive deep into tools that will unlock drive engagement and performance. Dr. Deepali Palta and Dr. Jamie Reeves will outline tips and best practices, including:
How to give and receive constructive feedback
How to give and receive positive feedback
How to give upward feedback
Feedback do's and don'ts
How to use feedback to drive culture, performance, engagement, and productivity
How to use feedback to become more strategic
In today’s competitive environment, companies are fueling growth through leaner operations. Adopting Lean practices, which focuses on the elimination of waste throughout the enterprise, reduces costs, improves quality, increases throughput, and improves employee morale by establishing an environment of continuous improvement.
Through a 2.5 hour interactive and hands-on workshop, learn how you can increase productivity and boost your bottom line by mastering these principles and processes through a Lean approach.
Participants will learn the basic elements and requirements and standards in 29 CFR 1910 and will learn to develop and train on policies and procedures involved in identifying, avoiding, controlling, and preventing common workplace hazards. Students will also learn employer and employees responsibilities for each standard. At the completion of the course, you will receive a DOL (Department of Labor) OSHA 30 General Industry card. This course meets the training requirements of the OSHA 30 designation and is taught by an authorized instructor.