Durabelt Inc.: Empowering Adult Learners
The Conference Board of Canada, 8 pages
November 1, 2000
Durabelt employees need to be adept not only at using their technical job-specific skills, but also at applying those skills against a background of managing their time, sequencing operations, working in and supporting teams, working safely, and dealing with external customers.
For the company to succeed in a highly competitive manufacturing environment, Durabelt employees must continually hone and deploy all of their skills—generic and job specific—in driving productivity, reducing waste and re-work and delivering a consistently high-quality product on budget and on time.
This case study looks at the:
- keys to success
- benefits; and