Process Minimalism in Practice

Process Minimalism Training at Essentra Kidlington

  • 23 August 2018
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WBS was asked to provide Process Minimalism® training for 12 middle management staff from a variety of departments and disciplines at Esssentra Ltd in Kidlington UK. This was to enable key staff to be fully competent in Process Improvement across the Kidlington Site and beyond. 

Wellbeing at Work

  • 8 February 2017
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Wellbeing at Work
Wellbeing is currently a major issue in businesses today and often part of governance policies. As well as the core responsibility of ensuring that your business staff are properly cared for, it makes commercial sense because staff performing at peak levels deliver superior performance.

WBS Group Training Programme Gets CPD Accreditation

Problem Solving

  • 11 January 2017
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WBS Group Training Programme Gets CPD Accreditation
Following the announcement of the WBS set of Process Minimilism training courses being accepted for CPD accreditation, we can now add our revised Problem Solving course which has also gained accreditation for CPD.

Five Steps to Process Minimalism®

  • 16 November 2016
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Five Steps to Process Minimalism®

We discuss the five steps to our latest training course series, Process Minimalism®. The steps include, identifying your processes, understanding your processes, identifying your process waste, designing and measuring your future processes and setting goals and create an action plan.

Problem Solving – A Question of Corporate Mentality and Culture

  • 4 October 2016
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Problem Solving – A Question of Corporate Mentality and Culture
Problem solving is more than picking the right tool or technique. It is about accepting that sometimes things go wrong or do not turn out as intended. Nobody really wants problems and those of us who have tried to ignore them know that they only grow bigger the longer you leave them.
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