Bridging the Gap: Transfer

While comprehensive documentation lays the foundation, true organizational success hinges on the effective transfer of knowledge to your workforce.

Phase Transfer (overview)
Phase Transfer (overview)

What is the Transfer Phase?

The Transfer phase of the MTS Learning System focuses on how to effectively train operators using the developed process manuals. This includes our Learning How To Learn course which introduces the four laws of learning, the four concepts of MTS training and principles of adult learning. This phase is pivotal in building internal expertise and fostering a culture of continuous learning and improvement.

Components of the Transfer Phase

We utilize a comprehensive Train The Trainer (TTT) course to equip your trainers with the skills and knowledge needed to effectively deliver the training programs within your organization. The Train The Trainer course explains the custom content and structure of the process manuals and introduces Gestalt Theory on which the manuals are designed. The courses combine classroom time and field work opportunities to reinforce the learning and provide hands-on experience to demonstrate the effectiveness of the process manuals.

Document

Effective knowledge transfer starts with clear, consistent documentation. We offer detailed analysis of your process technology and procedures.

Apply and Measure

Ensuring your investments translate to measurable operational excellence with compliance auditing and staff certification processes.

With Respect to Society, MTS™

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Does not place profits above all else; while recognizing the need to add value for the shareholders, profits are considered part of the cost of staying in business and perpetuating the institution in the service of the industrial/manufacturing segment of society.
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Understands that MTS™ integrity and business ethics exist in MTS™ people, or they do not exist at all; that they must be upheld by individuals, or they are not upheld at all.

With Respect to its Resources, MTS™

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Believes that MTS™ people are our most important asset, for whom we make deliberate efforts to develop in the context of specific projects.
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Is owned by employees, an association of professionals who embrace the concept of stewardship as a management philosophy.
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Grows organically by establishing strategic business units, rather than by creating a large centralized organization.
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Considers MTS™ management as a resource for the rest of the organization.
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Re-invests profits in itself to develop its people, new products and services and to perpetuate the company.
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Adheres to this code of ethics: On essentials, unity and consistency; on non-essentials, freedom and flexibility; on everything, integrity and professionalism.

With Respect to Products and Services, MTS™

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Endeavors to provide the highest quality work with the MTS™ Technology Transfer System and continually seeks product and service improvements consistent with project opportunities and technological advances.
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Works to obtain defined, measurable results rather than just to sell time and materials.
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Accepts the primacy of the project concept in the conduct of business.
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Establishes performance standards for work and manages projects against them: Technical Objectives; Customer Satisfaction; Product Development; People Development; Profitability; MTS™ Satisfaction.

With Respect to Customers and Markets, MTS™

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Concentrates efforts mainly in industrial organizations around the world, because the MTS™ Technology Transfer System transcends cultural lines.

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Responds to the customer's specific needs and recognizes that while "the customer is not always right," the customer is always the customer.
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Charges a fair price for its work, not “what the market will bear.”
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Is willing to forego doing business if there are serious discrepancies between MTS™ values and the customer’s values.
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Favors strategic alliances and partnerships over rigid contracts.