Through playful exercises, we create experiences and transmit knowledge directly applicable in the workplace. Our workshops are short, very concrete and collaborative. They have such an impact that years later, some participants are still talking to us about them.
- Level: basic, intermediate or advanced
- Duration: maximum 4 hours, morning or afternoon
- Modality: presential, online or semi-presential
The definition of a company’s Mission and Vision is an exercise in synthesizing the raison d’être of the business and its long-term goal. Values are the driving force behind the culture of your organization and the added value that your company offers to its customers. We help you define them so that they are shared and exciting.
Objectives provide long-term vision and short-term motivation. They catalyze energies towards them and streamline the organization. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) allow reporting, before it is too late, on whether objectives are being achieved. We help define SMART Objectives and KPIs for the company and departments.
The purpose of a customer journey map is to unravel all the steps an average customer takes on their journey to purchase a product or service. And identify the factors that can influence their decision. Your map is a representation of different behavioral scenarios. We performed a customer journey mapping exercise for the company.
Cross-pollination exposes you to different ideas and perspectives from disparate industries or areas of expertise. This provides unique opportunities for new combinations of ideas to converge. It makes your company stronger and more productive. In this workshop we will bring together a multi-disciplinary team from across the company, teach a few examples of cross-pollination, and conduct an exercise to create a new product/service or features.
Marketing strategy used to reduce the company dependancy on mature markets (red oceans). We look for lucrative new market niches that have not yet been discovered by competitors (blue oceans). Some benefits of Blue Oceans: competition becomes “irrelevant”, profitable and sustainable growth, etc
The linear system of our economy – extraction, manufacture, use and disposal – has reached its limits. The circular economy proposes a new model of society that uses and optimizes stocks and flows of materials, energy and waste and aims at resource efficiency. We present the 4 value creation zones and the 5 Circular Business Models with examples.
We use the value stream map to understand the processes, both within the organization and in the supply chain. We identify the activities that do not add value to the process, so the time saved.
Knowing the 36 types of wasted time in the organization of workers and how to reduce them. Training so relevant that it is remembered 10 years later. Mandatory for those interested in efficiency and productivity.
It is a simple Lean method, developed by Toyota, that is based on documenting a problem, along with its current outcome and a suggested change, on a single A3-size sheet of paper. Engaging in a process that allows the team to find the best possible solution in the shortest possible time is extremely beneficial.
The 5S technique is often regarded as the fundamental tool of a Lean environment. It serves to transform a waste-filled work environment into an organized, efficient, value-generating and safe environment. Five steps: sorting, ordering, cleaning, standardization, discipline.
We only offer advanced level courses because we research the world state-of-the-art and add our customer experiences. The knowledge passed on and the friendships created live on for years. We also develop courses on demand.
- Level: advanced
- Duration: adaptable
- Modality: presential, online or semi-presential
To understand the functioning of the entire agri-food chain and to know the current operational state-of-the-art.
- Principles of the agri-food chain
- Value chain simulation
- Integrated supply chain
- Customer supply management
- Information systems and ERPs
- Information systems approach
To provide a simple Marketing Plan methodology for short-term application in companies. Each year, the company must set its objectives and how to achieve them, so it is important for business managers to learn how to develop and implement a marketing plan.
- Marketing’s contribution to the company’s mission
- The marketing plan
- Business strategies
- Competitive strategies
- Development strategies
- Marketing mix strategy
To know the new models of Circular Economy, the sources of value creation it generates and how to apply them in companies. Efficiency in the use of resources is not new in itself, but with the increase of new information and communication technologies there are more possibilities and facilitates its global expansion in all areas.
- Principles of the circular economy
- Zones of value creation in the circular economy
- The five circular business models
- Disruptive technologies used for circular business models
- Case examples of circular products
- Business and consumer involvement
- State of the circular economy in various sectors
- Integration of the circular economy into the city
- Institutional support for the circular economy
- Case study