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MTS Systems Corporation, a leading provider of testing and sensing solutions, opted to revise its existing performance management system to better reflect a more modern approach to business.
One of the largest certified organic supermarkets in the United States needed a new training course to cover topics such as union awareness and other fundamental HR issues and policies. The client wanted the content to be delivered using eLearning so that supervisors across the country could complete the training.
An international financial services company needed to update its mandatory training for investment bankers, credit analysts, and underwriters on a software program that analyzes credit risk for commercial loan applicants.
CVS pharmacy, a retail drug store chain, needed to train its management on new software. Clarity provided a facilitator experienced with software training and change management initiatives, who delivered a series of three-day classes.
Novo Nordisk, an international healthcare company, wanted to update and improve its onboarding, training, and evaluation programs. A specialist was needed to conduct needs analysis, benchmark assessment programs in similar companies, and review possible eLearning modules.
An integrated food and facilities management services company wanted to build bench strength in its talent pool from which it could draw future facility managers.
Rohm and Haas, a leader in specialty and performance materials, implemented an upgrade to its SAP enterprise resource planning software system. As part of this larger project, the client recognized the need to develop training courses to support the implementation phase, especially for some new target audiences.
A leading government service provider requested that Clarity assist with a training program. The program would describe the relationship between various government agencies regarding planning and developing new products and technologies that would have applications for defense, combat operations, and other areas.
Teague, an award-winning design consultancy, was experiencing vigorous growth and wanted to conduct a detailed organizational assessment to better understand where it needed to focus to improve operations.
Target, a FORTUNE® 50 retailer, wanted to improve its operations by implementing new conveyer systems in both its import warehouses and distribution centers.
A FORTUNE® 50 drug store chain wanted to sell more products that had a higher price point than existing product lines. To help sell these higher priced product lines, the client requested that Clarity develop a training program for its associates.
A FORTUNE® 50 retailer wanted to increase its management bench strength by increasing its pool of qualified store manager candidates. The client requested assistance with the development of a new training program that would leverage some existing content with a highly interactive format.
A leading car rental company needed to improve its vehicle maintenance operations, which would support the company’s overall cost-effectiveness initiatives and improve its customer service.
A leading public utilities company was updating its outage management system. Once the software upgrade was complete, the technical job aids and training manuals needed to be refined and updated with the latest information for existing and new employees to access.
AAA, the world’s largest emergency road service provider and the nation’s largest travel agency, started a large training initiative to support the many changes that the organization had launched.
Pfizer, one of the world’s largest research-based pharmaceutical firms, needed assistance with its clinical studies documentation.
A FORTUNE®50 financial services company restructured its technology information group, a large division, to improve customer focus. Clarity provided a change management consultant with experience in the financial services industry.
This Fortune 500 Hospitality Company recognized the value of providing focused, comprehensive training to new hires, who generally have no concept of the company’s brands and related customer service expectations. Clarity’s consultant had the expertise needed to assess the existing training materials and recommend appropriate enhancements.
A pioneer in providing online information resources, LexisNexis had a knowledgeable instructional design team, focused mainly on internal corporate training. The team had neither the time nor the resources to assess and upgrade vital customer-facing product training, which lacked standard instructional design components.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. needed to update its performance management system. Successful implementation of the new system required significant updates to the related training module, which had to be completed in time to train employees to set and manage their goals for the upcoming year.