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The Who and the What of the Right Shop Culture

Tune in to hear about a proven business strategy for creating a continuous improvement environment that has set this mold manufacturer apart from its competition. You'll also hear the personal journeys of a few employees and you'll get a look at a business case presenting actual data on the impact of this strategy on the company.
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Tune in to hear about a proven business strategy for creating a continuous improvement environment that has set 2014 MMT Leadtime Leader Westminster Tool apart from its competition. You'll also hear the personal journeys of a few employees and you'll get a look at a business case presenting actual data on the impact this strategy on the company.

In a nutshell, Westminster's shop training strategy has both an internal and external focus. Internally refers to dynamic/emotional intelligence, continuous learning, continuous education and customer service. Externally refers to collaboration, community outreach, industry-specific training and a blueprint.  Westminster was also recently spotlighted in the local press for its unique approach to training.

Click here to listen to the archived recording that includes webcam footage of employee testatmonials about the success of this approach to creating the right shop culture.

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