This Coping with Change online training course is designed for all employees. Organizational change is unavoidable; companies need to pivot quickly and efficiently to remain competitive. However, the fear of the unknown can cause employees a lot of stress. By understanding the process of change and the typical responses to it, you will be able to use proven techniques and strategies to decrease the stress of change.
Ce cours de formation en ligne Cinq étapes de la résolution des problèmes a été conçu pour superviseurs, les gestionnaires et les propriétaires d’entreprise. Pour résoudre les problèmes, il faut une méthode systématique qui définit la situation non désirée, et qui détermine puis élimine les causes profondes du problème. Ce cours présente une approche logique pour faire disparaître les principales causes du problème et empêcher que le problème soit récurrent.
This Managing Change online training course is designed for supervisors, managers and all employees tasked with managing change. This course outlines the skills required to manage organizational change, specifically Prosci’s change management strategy. By preparing for the upcoming change, you will be able to manage it better and in tangible ways. Once these management processes are set, you can continue to reinforce the change so that it becomes commonplace and part of the organization’s culture.
Operations Management is concerned with the work an organization must do to satisfy its customers. This comprehensive series will advise management consultants on current practices in operations management, as well as go into detail regarding best practices within the industry.
This course gives you the opportunity to learn how to solve some of your most important business problems using a logical method and supporting techniques. It also introduces the five-step process for solving problems.
This course will define and explain the five steps involved in the problem-solving process. The five steps that will help solve any workplace dispute include defining the situation, providing a quick fix if necessary, identifying the root causes, taking corrective action, and evaluating and following up.