Training Within Industry

  • Martina Džubáková Pädagogische Hochschule NÖ
  • Michal Kopták

Abstract

The trainer is one of the most important roll a supervisor must have to eliminate common daily problems and improve supported process. Since TWI was originally developed during World War II, one trend that has emerged in the workplace is the practice of placing training responsibilities that were once the domain of the supervisor to the specific departments. As a result, these supervisors spend their days chasing down problems and finding ways to make things work and meet productivity targets a customer requirements. “Reborn” TWI programs return supervisors to a more active role, reversing the way in which many companies operate today.
Veröffentlicht
2015-12-09