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Leading Productivity Improvements

Helping your teams optimise their outputs

6 September 2012 – 7 September 2012, Singapore

Why should you attend?

In this increasingly competitive business world, leaders and employees are being asked to be more productive – to get more good work done – with less time and fewer resources. This workshop offers valuable management insight in a compact, easy-to-reference guide that provides mountains of hands-on advice about removing bottlenecks, overcoming skill deficiencies, and reducing error rates. It primarily consists of hands-on practice with periods of idea and concept introduction, skills practice, debrief and insights, and planning.  By sharing best practice techniques and clear examples of ways to help you make personal breakthroughs, this workshop contains a balanced combination of specific management principles and practical applications to make them work.

Attending this workshop will equip you with a set of principles and actions that can help you as leaders to maximise productivity and profits while nurturing employee careers and creating a healthy work environment.

Key Benefits:

  • Consider and select appropriate thinking styles to support productivity improvements
  • Identify and prioritise your strategic and operational goals
  • Determine and manage your productivity improvement projects
  • Lead, monitor, and manage productivity improvement teams
  • Coach employees to create and implement new alternatives
  • Select and facilitate approaches and tools to promote improvement and innovation
  • Build an environment where employees and your company can deliberately improve productivity companywide
  • Numerous case studies throughout each day help you benchmark your own leadership approaches and skills with many of the best organisations around the world e.g. GE, Intel, Herman Miller, Google, P&G and many others.
  • You will bring home a comprehensive Study Guide (80+ pages) that include both all of the workshop exercises and many additional recommendations and resources for continued study.

Who should attend?

Anyone responsible for leading or contributing to productivity improvements in their organisations.

Leaders from across all industries from the following departments:

  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Product Development
  • Engineering
  • Human Resources
  • Corporate Development
  • Operations
  • Strategic Planning
  • Special Projects
  • And other departments