Learning Tree International, provider of highly effective, hands-on training to managers and information technology professionals, has recently unveiled a new course entitled Implementing Business Process Improvement (BPI) in Your Organization.
The course is conducted by expert instructors who are trained to teach attendees how to improve quality and enhance satisfaction while lowering costs and increasing timeliness.
According to the company, BPI is a systematic approach to improving organizational activities by reducing and eliminating inefficient activities or enhancing value-adding activities.
“In today's business environment, many companies are overloaded with inefficient business practices,” explained Jennifer Urick, Vice President of Product Development for Learning Tree International. “And that drives down business performance. Using real-life work situations, this course helps attendees develop a personal and specific action plan that allows them to effectively implement BPI back at their workplace.”
The company is planning to conduct the course by presenting Implementing Business Process Improvement in Your Organization at its Education Centers in June 2011.
This course can also be attended via Learning Tree AnyWare—a live, online instructor-led training solution that allows participants to join this course from their home or office.
Since 1974, over 65,000 organizations have relied on Learning Tree to enhance the professional skills of more than 2.1 million employees.
The company formally develops, markets and delivers a broad, proprietary library of instructor-led courses focused on people and project management, leadership and business skills, Web development, operating systems, databases, networking, IT security and software development.
Courses are presented at Learning Tree Education Centers, located globally, on site at client facilities, and are available via Learning Tree AnyWare, the company’s proprietary live, online instructor-led training delivery option, which connects online participants to the actual classroom.Jyothi Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jyothi's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves