To provide the right solution, we need a thorough understanding of the problem. Our free initial consultation is the first step in learning your institution’s goals, challenges and needs for technical training.
The 4-point ATS process helps everyone involved understand learning systems and how they can advance your institution’s training goals. We help you go through this process with speed, efficiency, and scalable effectiveness.
A model of continuous improvement
You continue the cycle by observing the results of your actions, seeing whether you’ve achieved the results you intended, reviewing and revising your initial decision, and moving to your next action.
Orientation is how the information gathered in stage one is interpreted.
One of the main problems with decision-making comes at this stage. We all view events in a way that’s filtered through our own experiences and perceptions—and that directly influences our decisions. By becoming more aware of your perceptions, you can move through the decision loop quickly, effectively and with confidence. It’s important to remember that this is a process of continuous improvement.
Decisions that can be daunting are often simplified as we work through our process.
The amount of information necessary to come to a decision varies. Through observation, information gathering, and thoughtful orientation, once-difficult decisions will often present themselves with ease.
This stage is where you implement your decision. You then cycle back to the Observe stage, as you judge the effects of your action. Remember, this is a cycle of continuous improvement, where actions continue to influence the rest of the cycle. It’s important to keep learning from what you, and your competitors, are doing.