A safe investment
Our many years of experience in the field of supply chains and training shows that targeted training can reduce countless empty kilometers in a company. But what does targeted mean? Who determines the requirements and how do you approach it systematically? Is it the responsibility of the human resources department, does this exist in your company at all and what is valued in the process? It is crucial to determine a target audience who at least have needs in the same areas. The same starting requirements aren’t necessarily required.
The preparation is the be all and end all
In order to allow for smooth implementation, all of the organizational issues need to be resolved in addition to all of the content preparation. This is the trainer’s responsibility.Here, particular care must be taken in the precise definition of objectives with the people responsible. The learning objectives are then also clarified with the participants. Depending on the requirements for the training, multiple rounds of consultation may be required. Ideally, the employer is also actively involved in the development of complex, tailor-made training concepts. If there is a common basis between the employer, trainer and participants, this is already a big step towards success.
The right mix is essential
After the preparation, you move to detail planning by the trainer. Here, the specialist expertise from the field of logistics and supply chain management, paired with the trainer’s methodological know-how, is crucial.
At Xvise, we rely on playful, interesting communication of practical content. This allows for excellent transfer and, at the same time, permanently anchors the knowledge. In the high-end segment, our portfolio includes realistic training courses in the fields of supply chain management and process management, to name but a few. Strong practical relevance and realistic simulation encourage the transfer of what has been learned into day-to-day business and help employee to break negative behavior patterns faster.
Investment in your employees’ training and development always pays off, and the value of it never diminishes in times of crisis. Quite the opposite!