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guidance, and counseling in support of management's organizational and business
This workshop provides executives, managers and key employees of operating divisions,
information on purpose, methods, and success factors for benchmarking with other
Attendees should be able to lead or participate actively in an
operational benchmarking project in their organization.
Executive attendees should be able to explain the value of and support proper
organization of benchmarking within their organization.
To equip involved parties with the knowledge and skills needed to recognize, evaluate,
and resolve conflicts in person-to-person as well as group situations.
Knowledge of individual conflict style.
Greater ability to manage conflict.
Understanding the effect of different perspectives on conflict.
Enhanced skills in building strong relationships.
Provide managers of full organizations, operating divisions, and key support groups
(HR, Financial) information on purpose, alternate methods, and
planning/design/installation imperatives concerning gainsharing systems.
Attendees will be able to lead the decision/development process
in their organization on gain sharing, or comprehensively advise those who will lead.
This process combines strategic planning with continuous improvement planning to bring
about a "holistic plan" for an organization. It guides top management through
the process of integrating contemporary management styles into the financial aspects of
long range business planning.
Simultaneously examines both the strategic and culture issues facing the
Focuses top management on both financial and non-financial goals and
Examines both the traditional organization structure and the structure
needed for breakthrough and incremental improvement.
Balances an organization's efficiency and effectiveness measurements and
their influence on customer satisfaction.
This event is intended to build effective relationships, enhance existing
relationships, remove or prevent barriers to effective interaction, and set the stage for
creating more productive partnerships in the future.
Establishment of joint operating principles and practices.
Short-term problem resolution and long-term partnership orientation.
Mutual understanding of each party's viewpoint.
Clarification of product and process requirements.
Transfer of teambuilding skills and techniques.
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