Case by Trifork: Through a structured approach, our managers cultivate positive job relationships that help to reinforce a company’s culture, minimize stress and disruptions, and allow for greater focus on core tasks. By prioritizing these fundamental principles, our leaders can better support their employees and be fully present for their needs.
Our News and Cases about Training Within Industry - TWI
How to create motivation and value from the first day at work
Do you remember your first day at your current job? You were probably excited, a little nervous, full of anticipation and highly motivated.
In many companies, it is still the case that you are trained by a colleague as a newcomer. Usually, 4-8 weeks are set aside for the task, depending on the job. There is no ongoing control of the effect of the training. There is also no plan that gives an overall overview of what you as a new colleague should learn. On the first day, typically not much is happening.
Read the article and see an example of how Idealcombi ensures motivation and competence within two hours already on the first day at work.
Now I'm telling you for the 3rd time, so listen carefully! "What characterizes a good job coach"
Have you ever experienced comments like that, or maybe, “Now I’m showing it for the last time, you must have learned it by now!” Then you must read this exciting Velux-case.
The Human Side of Lean at Grundfos
Based on the factories in Bjerringbro, TWI is being implemented globally in the entire Grundfos Group.
Announcement: New partnership agreement between BTP and Champ
We are happy to make an announcement of a new partnership agreement between BTP and Champ. Read more here.
New TWI JI Master Trainer
We are happy to make an announcement of a new TWI JI Master Trainer. Read more here.
Trust and Good Relations is Vital
MeToo has been filling the papers and news channels for months. Yes, there is an issue and yes there is problems that needs to be solved. No doubt about it.
Leading Through a Change Without Having Your Relations in Order?
How often do you see a company where a change does not reach the desired level of implementation, where the employees do not understand the change and where you (maybe unjustified) assume that the employees are against changes.
I dare to say that it happens rather often. But why is that?
A High-level introduction of the TWI J Programs, by John Vellema
In is this video John Vellema, Partner and Senior Enabler is giving you a high-level introduction to the TWI J Programs! We hope you will enjoy the video.
See the full video by clicking on the picture above.