Kepner-Tregoe Problem Solving

The problem solving methodology of Kepner-Tregoe has significantly improved business results for the world’s leading companies. For more than 50 years, Kepner-Tregoe has provided problem solving and decision making training workshops as well as problem solving consulting services to businesses in industries as diverse as pharmaceutical life sciences to manufacturing to utilities and energy firms.  Kepner-Tregoe’s wide experience in delivering problem solving services helps our clients tackle even the most complex challenges with systematic efficiency.

The Kepner-Tregoe problem solving decision making workshops generally are the first step for the introduction of the KT problem solving methodology. Widely incorporated as problem solving training, the PSDM workshops provide the individual skills development programs or operations enhancements approach most commonly requested by human resources (HR), operations and manufacturing as well as IT or customer support managers.  When deployed as part of skills development engagements, our problem solving framework assists those in operations, manufacturing, IT, human resources and executive leadership with the process of identifying and developing solutions to their specific issues. We offer tools such as the Kepner-Tregoe Tablet App to help individuals manage business challenges. 

The Kepner-Tregoe problem solving solution is built around a data-driven core that stresses the role of procedure completion in the decision-making process. Companies world-wide in every industry have used KT not only to solve immediate problems but also to create a sustainable business environment of quality and cost efficiency.

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GAF Materials Corporation

Using KT critical thinking process a GAF facility identified key process variables and implemented systems that determine root cause faster and more effectively.   

 

We are integrating the Kepner Tregoe process into other company standard systems. Employee involvement coupled with the Analytic Trouble Shooting approach is helping the company reach our ever expanding goals.

Jim Phillips, Plant Manager
GAF Materials Corporation