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Developing Standard Work

In this course, participants discuss the importance of standardization in the workplace, and analyze the benefits it has on employee productivity and collective output. Participants observe the impact of standardization across a diverse variety of common manufacturing departments, and examine how time-tested productivity practices lead to modern management methods.

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Course Summary:

Ensuring cohesion and harmony amongst team members is one of the foundational elements of office leadership, but administrative bodies can often feel overwhelmed by the vast array of differing work methods and processes that they are required to oversee. In this course, we’ll discuss the importance of standardization in the workplace, and analyze the benefits it has on employee productivity and collective output.

Participants will observe the impact of standardization across a diverse variety of common manufacturing departments, and examine how time-tested productivity practices have lead to this modern management method. The content introduced during this course is vital to the success of manufacturing leaders at any stage of their career, and can be practically applied to all teams and groups, regardless of size, role, or distribution.

Discussed Topics:

  • Introducing standardization.
  • A timeline of common industry training practices.
  • Assuring heightened process quality through standardization.
  • Removing variability with standardization.
  • Applying standardization across production, service, and administration departments.
  • Utilizing standardization to strengthen the quality and productivity of workplace processes.
  • Standardizing leadership practices.
  • Examples of practical standardization in the workplace.
  • Updating standardization practices.
  • Maintaining employee individuality within standardized workplaces.

DURATION: Half-Day Session + Optional Activity

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: In-Person Classroom

SCHEDULE: Virtual Session – Tuesday, October 19th @ 1:00PM EST

Training is available in English.

Contact Information

Amy Edwards
Training Manager
1-866-323-4362aedwards@emccanada.org
EMC
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