Learners practice revising poorly written directions by applying criteria for giving directions.
Learners explore actions that can be taken to achieve a buy-in from employees when changes are to be made in the workplace. Students then rank the steps in the order that they should be taken.
Learners practice their comprehension and recall skills while listening to narration on listening skills. Sound required.
In this learning activity you'll calculate the best route to make the most money. You'll practice picking the shortest route.
Learners follow the progression of a sexual harassment situation and recount the steps the victim took to deal with the problem.
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.
Learners read what the letters DMAIC stand for and then complete a matching activity.
This primer introduces the student to the correct method of entering complex numbers into a TI-86 calculator.
In this interactive object, learners view the icons and symbols used most frequently in value steam mapping. A matching activity completes the object.
This primer introduces the student to the correct method of using complex reciprocals in a TI-86 calculator. The solution of total impedance of a parallel circuit in rectangular form is shown.
Students complete an exercise to help determine the profile of customers who would use their businesses.
In this learning activity you'll identify and write assertive "I" statements that focus on BCF (behavior, consequences, and feelings).
Learners read about the process of dividing industrial goods into the categories of entering, foundation, and facilitating.
The learner reads an explanation of all of the elements that comprise a future-state map. A map is shown.
In this interactive object, learners check their knowledge of concepts related to the cost of ensuring quality in manufacturing as they relate to the categories of appraisal, prevention, internal failures, and external failures.
In this learning activity you'll practice formatting a rejection letter by arranging customer service content.
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 consider a variety of business etiquette situations and determine if the response given is appropriate or inappropriate.
Learners read descriptions of the following training and certification levels for organizations using a lean approach to quality: "green belt," "black belt," "master black belt," and "champion."
Following a "cut the fat" theme, learners click on 12 drawings of pigs to read about the principles of lean manufacturing.
Students view the steps, symbols, and benefits of creating a process flowchart. They then perform a self-assessment to determine their level of understanding.