In Yellow Belt trainings, we enable our course participants for selected fields of application. Capability building for daily challenges – that is what we are targeting at.
The first part of the training is interactive e-learning. In the second part, one of our trainers will lead you through exciting discussions, exercises and simulations live and online.
The focus is on systematic improvement and productivity.
Learn at your own pace, whenever it suits you best. Your coach is a strange bird who knows your problems amazingly well. Interact with puzzles or case studies for a few minutes every day and practice working with new approaches.
With one of our trainers and in a group of about 10 participants, you have the opportunity to discuss your challenges and exchange approaches. You will have to master some topic challenges applying your new skills. Both are great fun and will set you up for your job.
We believe that learning works best when immediately applying the newly acquired skills. For this reason, we ask you to tackle a challenge building on methods and to hand in some excerpts of this as a prove.
Scrap and deviations cost money and jeopardize delivery. Build on our proven approach to improve more effectively. This is guidance for those who drive the improvement and know-how for those who are supposed to support initiatives.
The potential for improving cost sits in any process. Cost focus is a valuable culture to have in the organization. This course guides those who are supposed to drive the improvement building step-by-step on proven methods. And it delivers valuable know-how to all those who will support initiatives to make processes leaner and cost-efficient.
We asked them for the reasons
Nothing is more important than capable people. It's amazing how many smart ideas have been initiated and implemented through this training!
The team took the idea and implemented it so quickly - we are very impressed with how well this training has worked.
We love the games and exercises and especially O'Peep. In reality, it might not be a bird at all, but an old hand!
The training has done an amazing job of sharpening our teams' eyes for all the crap that we can now address in the shopfloor rounds.
Don’t miss a single post