Transportation case studies from KT clients provide a glimpse of how the results of using Kepner-Tregoe (KT) troubleshooting for one small problem can have a big impact, especially when safety and aircraft are involved. Kepner-Tregoe training programs have built troubleshooting skills in transportation companies worldwide building rapid root cause analysis skills that excel even when time is limited, costs are rising, or the risk in high.

Client case studies in the transportation industry demonstrate how logistics companies, ports, or other transportation companies use the structured, Kepner-Tregoe approaches to improve quality or reliability, while reducing costs, risks, or other key transportation industry success factors. In strategy consulting engagements, KT helps transportation companies develop or update and implement an organizational strategy that reflects the organization’s perspective on the transportation industry as well as the values and goals of the company.

Transportation client case studies include documented results from KT consulting or training programs that have built root cause analysis, project management or other skills to meet specific challenges. These client case studies show the value of building critical thinking skills needed to address new challenges across technologies and around the globe.

To learn more about Kepner-Tregoe consulting or training for transportation companies, or to request transportation industry case studies that address the issues facing your organization, contact KT.

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Network Rail
Network Rail

KT’s troubleshooting for small problems have a big impact on aircraft safety- transportation companies using KT approaches reported improvements in quality and reliability.

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Foil in the Brake Valve Inlet Filters
Foil in the Brake Valve Inlet Filters

For a global logistics company, cargo plane safety is imperative. What was the cause and who was to blame for a recurring maintenance issue—contract maintenance crews or the airplane manufacturer? KT troubleshooting provides the answer.

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