On November 19, Yuantian company and Huagong Lean Management Research Center signed the second round of the training content of six topics. The content of this phase is mainly to teach the necessary abilities of class leaders. This content can not only improve the ability to cultivate the management, but also enhance the cohesion of the management between departments through the game PK link, so that departments can learn from each other to find out and make up for deficiencies. Yuantian company's informatization has been at the forefront of the subdivided industries, and the growing management team and the comprehensive ability and literacy of the core backbone also need to keep up in time.
The training was conducted in the form of connecting the preceding and the following. Mr. Wang gave us a strong impression of the last class by means of bonus incentives. At the same time, he made a group division report in the same form as the last class. All the participants in the meeting formed a team with the team leader as the core for PK, and selected the team leader, group name and team with neat slogans for each team in order. At the same time, during the training process, management problems are often raised, and those who can answer correctly in time will also be given extra points.
In the final training session, Mr. Wang arranged a competition session to focus on the morning meeting for the team members. The teams encouraged and criticized the team members on how to summarize the work completion of the team members in the previous day, and simulated the work planning and morale of the day. When each team made a simulated explanation, the teacher put forward professional knowledge points and opinions. Let us all master higher management skills in a pleasant atmosphere. Here, thank you for the company's hard work and Mr. Wang's efforts in preparing lessons and teaching! We all benefited a lot.
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