Any activity is considered as a process and to ensure a process is properly managed it requires a 2-pronged approach.
These approaches are problem solving for day to day operations and continual process improvement to achieve business goals effectively.
Problem solving is an essential skill for any organization - be it in the workplace or on a personal basis. Having the right problem solving methodology with both quantitative and qualitative tools enables the problems to be solved effectively and efficiently in a timely manner.
Performance Management provides an organization with the direction and focus to achieve business goals.
BSI Neville Clarke’s approach starts with understanding the vision, mission and strategy of an organization including your desired results and key performance indicators (KPIs).
This enables us to provide the training you require to expand your focus beyond overall business goals to specific measurable indicators at all levels from organizational to departmental, and finally - individual.
We provide you the skills to manage organizational performance seamlessly by avoiding obstacles and diversions to reach your goal directly.
For innovation management creativity is the core and the end goal is a change in business processes.
Ideas shall remain as ideas if we don’t implement them. Frequently, great ideas remain so because there is no action. Therefore, it is important to acquire a structured method of generating ideas from brainstorming to generating useful ideas. At BSI Neville Clarke, we rely on the TRIZ-based principles to generate innovative ideas in the fastest possible timeframe with a focus on effective solutions.
Our Guided Brainstorming and Innovation Process is a systematic technique that can be used by individuals and teams to address well-defined and complex problems.
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