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  • What impact will “organizational amnesia” have on your business in the coming years?
  • How much does it cost when valuable knowledge and skills gained through years of experience leave you company forever?
  • How will your customers and results be affected when everyone who is intimately familiar with critical internally-developed technologies and processes has left the organization and there’s little or no documentation to explain them?
  • What is your organization doing to retain and transfer essential expertise when the workers who possess it are no longer on your payroll?

If an aging workforce, downsizing, mergers or other business conditions have you thinking about questions like these, this one-day seminar is for you. It provides a proven, practical methodology to distill the expertise you want to retain and create a critical path for developing it far more quickly and reliably than through conventional training.

In this seminar, you will learn how to:

  • Create proficiency statements which define the desired expertise in observable and measurable terms
  • Establish leading indicators that show the desired expertise is being transferred or gained at an acceptable rate
  • Identify “quick hits” to accelerate the expertise replication process quickly and at little or no cost
  • Dramatically increase the consistency, reliability, and quality of your current process for transferring knowledge and skills
  • Structure on-the-job and informal aspects of developing the expertise to save time, reduce costs, and increase effectiveness
  • Identify and capture “hidden” best practices
  • Sustain your expertise transfer initiative so it becomes part of how your organization does business

Who Should Attend

This seminar is for senior executives, business unit heads, operations executives, HR and training staffs as well as anyone involved in workforce planning, mergers, outsourcing and quality improvement.


Investment

This seminar is presented on an in-house basis for groups of five to 50 participants.  The cost is $3,000 plus $195 per participant for materials.  Travel costs are additional and reimbursed at actual.

About Learning Paths

Using Learning Paths, GE and many other leading companies have applied proven quality and process improvement methods to the learning process for more than 400 different positions staffed by over 30,000 people in seven countries.  In every case, results included: 30% or greater reduction in time to proficiency, substantial cost savings, and improved return per FTE.

For more information on how to bring this seminar to your organization contact:

Ira Kasdan
Performance Builders, Inc.
952-401-1016
ira@buildperformance.com

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