“Two or more things functioning together to
produce a result not independently obtainable.”
That is what the TWI Deployment Model delivers,
Synergy; the interaction of the ‘J’ programs,
onsite coaching, mentoring along with
development of a Competitive Early Warning (CEW)
system provides a total business space solution.
Focusing externally and internally concurrently,
driving improvements in inputs, ensuring
exceptional leadership, substantive training,
and personal, organizational and process
discipline at all levels driving down cost, and
increasing your competitive advantage.
CEW provides not only the ability to look
introspectively at your organizations strengths
and weaknesses but also the competitive external
business space. This is accomplished by
identifying the threats of new entrants, threats
of substitute products, bargaining power of
suppliers, bargaining power of buyer’s, rivalry
of existing competitors. While developing
strategies to defend against them. The
development of a CEW process is critical to your
business; we can help with certified
intelligence instructors working with you to
develop the skills and processes necessary
insuring you against surprises in your business
“Counseling is the process used by leaders to
review with a subordinate that subordinates
demonstrated performance and potential”
Although not part
of the original TWI program, counseling is an
essential part of the Deployment Model. The
ability to clearly communicate expectations,
correct poor performance, and re-enforce
positive behaviors is critical to the success of
any organization. Yours included. Utilizing the
learn by doing method proven by the original “J”
programs TWI Training Solutions Counseling
provides leaders with the opportunity to “earn”
the skills necessary to communicate expectations
in a manner that drives superior performance.
“The purpose of counseling is for one person
to help another”
Q: What is the difference between skill
based and academic based training?
A: A skill is something that is gained
through repetition and practice, it must be
earned. No one can “give” you a skill. Academic
based training comes from a book.
Q: What do I do if there is no time to train
A: Poor training or no training will result
in the things we can’t afford to produce (scrap,
rework, rejects). With proper intensive
instruction, we will save time and money in the
Q: Do I consider a person trained if they
can do the job but not quite meet the standard?
A: No. An employee that is considered to
be trained should be able to meet the standard.
Through Job Instruction, a person is not
considered “proficient” unless the standard can
be met and follow up is complete.
Q: Should my goal be to have a completely
crossed trained team within my department?
A: While that may be your end goal, that is
not the first priority. The first objective
should be to have all workers meeting the
standard on current assigned jobs. Next, we
want to address all constraints or areas of
vulnerability within the department.