LMA and Think Perform worked with 43-year old Barker Trailers to shift its technical-focused culture to one based on leadership and accountability. Watch this short video to find out more.
LMA and Think Perform helped transition Kerfab from a family-owned business, to a rapidly growing corporate powerhouse, focused on innovation.
Kerfab manufactures and distributes innovative machinery attachment solutions for the agricultural, civil & construction and waste & recycling materials handling industries.
The company engaged LMA and Think Perform to train its staff to rise to the challenges of remaining competitive in a rapidly changing marketplace.
Aquatic Leisure Technologies (ALT) is the largest pool manufacturer in the southern hemisphere. ALT partnered with Think Perform to develop the skills of 140 employees across their business and build a continuous improvement culture. Click here to view the full case study.
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Enduraclad International is seeking to capitalise on the global opportunities arising from the company’s accolade in the Telstra Business Awards. The company produces wear plate for the mining sector and needed to improve how work flowed through its factory. This is the story of how Think Perform added value by implementing a Lean Training program in a multi-award winning business.
Character Cabinets and Stone with Character CEO ‘Squeak’ Van Duyn and his team explain how engaging Think Perform to train and certify their workforce in lean manufacturing resulted in a more efficient and profitable business creating a happier workplace with more satisfied clients.
“News Corp Australia embarked on a journey with Think Perform as we wanted to inject a cultural change and needed to get engagement from all of our operating staff – Think Perform were able to provide this.
They have a development process we believe really works, is flexible and meets our needs.
Two years into the program we have thousands of ideas generated from about a thousand employees who have experienced a Think Perform program. This transformation has played a large element in our success, and we are very happy with how it has progressed.”
Marcus Hooke, General Manager – Operations, News Corporation Australia