Courses & workshops


Topics of courses and active workshops:

These active courses and workshops are intended for a team from your own organization to put into practice the concepts presented.

Those includes elements of cohesion for multifunctional teams and the participation of all the participants in the solutions.

    • They are preformed since 2005 but are redesigned and refined annually based on the experiences acquired with the participants. All can be adapted specifically to the needs of your company.
    • May be organized on demand for groups between 8 and 15 people or in the webinar on line format. A program is between 8 and 24 hours, between 1  – 2 full days, or 3-6 sessions of 4 hours distributed.

The work methodology includes meeting with the companies before and after the course.

    • Before, to detect the priorities of the company and to ensure that your expectations and needs will be met.
    • The subsequent meeting serves to help the participants on the implementation of concrete actions resulting from the course.

International experience:

Both the course and the additional support are based on international experience and excellence.

Many proven ideas and experiences are presented to be implemented when returning to your organization.

Project and program management

Bring excellence to the flow of projects and programs.
Signs that something must be done…
Unfortunately, many projects are completed late, outweigh the costs and fail to meet the objectives.
Much effort is devoted to monitoring and coordination between the different responsible and yet not get an effective complement deadlines. The costs soar.

Improving sales forecast and manage demand

Meeting the needs of customers with an advanced technique of sales forecasting and integrated management of demand.
Companies that optimize their sales forecast to make increasingly reliable, perform better demand management, better meet the needs of their customers and gain greater margin.

Integrating voice of the customer

Listening, interpreting and incorporate the voice of the customer, has been an exciting challenge in every experience.
Who are our customers?
How are they located in our value chain?
How to detect their expectations?
How do we understand and evaluate them?
How do we define functionalities?
How do we relate them with expectations?

Harmonic integral management

Why? What does it matter?
With no doubt, every one is very competent in his/her area.
But all together the results are no at the expected level. There are disruptions in all areas, poor service, urgencies and too many delays and crisis, quality problems, complaints, forecasts are inaccurate and clients unsatisfied. Margins are getting smaller and may affect treasury very soon. In general performance is by far, not adequate.

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