Training in Management: Preparing Managers for Challenges

Management is nothing more than motivating other people. – Lee Iacocca In most corporations the number of line managers or mid-level managers usually outnumber senior managers. Mid-level management is responsible for implementing the policies, plans and changes that the senior management has designated and also interacting with staff on a day-to-day basis. For the success […]

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Training in Management: Preparing Managers for Challenges


Supervising Others: How Training in Supervision Helps

“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.” ― Peter Drucker Supervising and managing others is a tough job and requires effective planning, delegation, monitoring, and measuring staff productivity. It also requires empathy and keeping people responsible. Unfortunately, many supervisors believe that being tough and unresponsive are good techniques to use when […]

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Supervising Others: How Training in Supervision Helps


Lean Six Sigma Training: The Principles of Lean

Lean is a systematic approach to process optimisation based on the premise that no matter where the work is done, some amount of waste (non-value add effort) is generated. The goal of Lean is total elimination of waste. It is achieved through: •          Identifying the sources •          Planning for waste elimination •          Using Lean, Process […]

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Lean Six Sigma Training: The Principles of Lean