Life Cycle Institute Customer Success Stories
The many benefits of increased reliability are widely understood – improved safety, less downtime, extended asset life. But how does one actually create a culture that values and creates reliability?
Training is not a one-size-fits-all activity. True learning is not an activity at all – it’s a process.
DTE Energy is a Detroit-based, diversified energy company involved in the development and management of energy-related businesses and services. More than 10,400 DTE employees work in utility and non-utility subsidiaries in more than 26 US states.
Power Cooperative Utilizes Training, Coaching and Follow-through Tool to Enhance Management Skills for Supervisors
In late 2012, a power cooperative had the advantage of an experienced workforce and the ability to be a low-cost power producer. They were also confronted with considerable risks such as increasing costs, new regulatory requirements, and the retirement of skilled personnel.
Metals Company Engages the Life Cycle Institute to Design Training Program for Newly Created Position
An Aluminum company engaged the Life Cycle Institute to design an active, practical course that would prepare employees to perform new duties with enhanced capability.
Financial Consulting Company Employs Life Cycle Institute Learning Consultants to Transform SMEs into Learning Facilitators
A financial consulting company engaged the Life Cycle Institute to transform SMEs into Learning Facilitators. Enabling the SMEs to deliver a training program that empowered people to practice new behaviors and embrace new processes.
Business Consulting Company Works Closely With Life Cycle Institute to Become Facilitators of Learning
Life Cycle Institute designed a trainer development program to prepare a Business Consulting Company's SMEs for their new role in the classroom: inspiring learners to change behaviors and produce desired results.
The University of Wisconsin Partners with the Life Cycle Institute to Design and Deliver a Predictive Maintenance Course
The University of Wisconsin partnered with the Life Cycle Institute to design and deliver a two day Predictive Maintenance course for their Department of Engineering Professional Development Program.