In this interactive object, learners assess their knowledge of 5S, a process for attaining a safe, clean, neat arrangement of the workplace where everything has a specific location and unneeded items are eliminated.
Learners read how each of the steps in 5S can be used to organize an office.
In this learning activity you'll identify and write assertive "I" statements that focus on BCF (behavior, consequences, and feelings).
In this learning activity you'll complete a job application and learn why each section is important.
The learner will explore basic human limitations that create barriers to critical thinking including selective thinking, false memories, and perceptual limitations.
The learner will identify barriers to critical thinking related to internal and external factors after viewing scenarios.
In this learning activity you'll define and explain the broad steps in achieving quality in an organization.
Students read about the components of a resume and write one for personal use.
Learners will examine the four steps to listen actively to improve relationships.
Students read about the use of business cards in various countries and the customs that Americans should follow when presenting a card in those parts of the world.
In this interactive lesson, learners read the rules for filing business records and then test their knowledge in a series of exercises. Immediate feedback is provided.
Students read about cash flow problems and review suggestions for dealing with them.
Learners read about the benefits of grouping machines together for an efficient flow of the product.
Learners use trigonometry to calculate angular input forces involving Class 2 mechanical levers.
Learners read about the process of dividing industrial goods into the categories of entering, foundation, and facilitating.
In this interactive object, learners identify the feelings and values that motivate them and others to take responsibility for improving ethics in the workplace.
Learners brainstorm ideas for how to gather information from team members who work at different locations. They analyze the pros and cons of each idea and make recommendations.
The learner reviews steps in analyzing a process and applies them to a situation in his/her own work or personal life.
Learners practice revising poorly written directions by applying criteria for giving directions.
Learners examine the costs of replacing an employee. Using a formula, students calculate these expenses in practice exercises.
Students match images of insects and other pests with their descriptions in this lesson on keeping a food service operation free from contamination.
Students read about the key differences between management and leadership activities. In an interactive activity, they identify typical supervisory activities as either management or leadership and respond with their own examples.
Learners review office processes to find ways to save time.
Learners follow the FMEA process to predict potential failures and to prevent them. This activity uses the example of getting to work to help participants comprehend the concepts and to apply them to their own work processes.
This objects reviews the Five "S" manufacturing system and helps learners to remember the process.