Today's companies have to deal with an increasing number of external and internal demands,
including a constant increase in efficiency in the face of global competition, improvements in
the occupational safety and health of employees, staff participation, provision for on-the-job
training, new technology, e.g. robots, intelligent knowledge management and - sharing, ISO
certification, compliance with new EU and other legislation and getting things "right first time".
To help our clients reconcile and meet all these demands Manstep had developed a simple, yet
very effective, tool named Best Practice training.
A unique tool
Manstep's Best Practice tool is probably the best and most effective training tool that exists.
We have assimilated the cream of the best training principles in the world.
Vital elements of Japanese team-work and Kaizen improvement, America focus on fact and result,
the Danish tradition for treating everybody respectfully, irrespective of rank, plus ordinary common
sense, is pre-paced into this unique training tool
We first introduced Best Practice back in the early 90'ties and have since then continously deleveped
it. Best Practice has, over the years, time and again proved its worth as a unique tool for bringing
about measureable behavioural change in an ethical and constructive manner.
Best Practice will lead to continous optimization of work behaviour, which will result in constant increases
in efficiency and profitability.