TWI Videos from ATAC

Thanks to Dwayne Butcher of Lean Summits for pointing this out to the TWI blog. The first video is an abbreviated intro to the supervisors five needs + safety:

The second video is the "telling" demonstration that trainers use in a JI session. The audio is really poor on this video:

The third video is the "showing" demonstration that trainers use in a JI session:

My take on this...its likely that only TWI trainers can appreciate these videos. Most people who don't know what TWI is are probably watching this and wondering "what the heck is going on?"



At January 14, 2009 at 5:09 PM , Blogger Mark Graban said...

What's the source for these videos? Who made them?

At January 14, 2009 at 8:27 PM , Blogger Unknown said...

Hi Mark,

These were posted on YouTube by someone at the ATAC, Auburn Technical Assistance Center. I believe that they are affiliated with the MEP network.

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