Training has taken U.S. business to where it is today. Mastery will take it to whole new levels where mistakes are minimized and bottom lines grow.
(PRWEB) August 14, 2006
If your employees don’t have mastery of your compliance rules, your company is at risk. If your employees don’t have mastery of your production processes, you have waste. If your salespeople don’t have mastery of product information, you are losing revenue.
On September 14-15, Knowledge Factor will join corporate training executives at the Atlanta Sharing@LearnShare conference (http://www.sharing2006.com) to discuss the consequences of confidently-held misinformation across all industries and how Confidence-Based Learning can take organizations to mastery.
“Mastery is the next frontier in business process re-engineering that targets a company’s most important asset -- its people,” said Mark Dreher, Chief Executive Officer of Knowledge Factor. “Despite spending billions on training initiatives, US companies still only achieve a 55% level of competence among employees. Knowledge Factor increases this to 95% through a patented process that increases the confidence with which knowledge is held -- the state of mastery.”
Learning leaders from a variety of industries will be lining up to discover what it takes to create mastery within their workforces. Many of these companies have employed various strategies to improve the effectiveness of their business processes. These include Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Total Quality Management and others. The next wave of performance improvement, according to Knowledge Factor, is going to come from improving the performance of these companies’ biggest asset -- their employees -- who are the keepers of their intellectual capital. Knowledge Factor’s Confidence-Based Learning (CBL) is designed to ensure that this intellectual capital is captured and distributed, and that it is internalized confidently by employees.
“Mastery among employees is just as essential to top-performing organizations as Six Sigma is to well-performing business processes,” Dreher continued. “Training has taken U.S. business to where it is today. Mastery will take it to whole new levels where mistakes are minimized and bottom lines grow.”
In Atlanta, Knowledge Factor will address how CBL finds and remediates doubt and confidently-held misinformation among employees that results in mistakes, paralysis and inaction on the job, and how quickly and effectively it can bring employees to mastery.
Knowledge Factor, the leader in Confidence-Based Learning, will be featured at the upcoming Sharing@LearnShare conference addressing the path to mastery and other critical learning topics. This issue is one of the many training and development issues to be addressed at the Sharing@LearnShare conference in Atlanta on September 14-15. To learn more and register, visit: http://www.sharing2006.com.
Knowledge Factor, Inc.
Founded in 2000, Knowledge Factor has gained national acclaim for its unique ability to take learners in corporate or educational settings to a state of total mastery -- confidently-held, correct knowledge put into practice. Knowledge Factor is the leader in Confidence-Based Learning and owner of a patented process that measures and fixes both knowledge and confidence gaps among employees. The Company's CBL Systemtm measures competency, validates learning and provides rapid and targeted learning solutions to organizations and individuals that need to achieve mastery. For more information, go to http://www.knowledgefactor.com.
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