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Teaching, Learning, and Involvement

When Harris Semiconductor began their transition to SDWTs, they created an outline called TLI: Teaching Learning, and Involvement. The TLI sessions' primary goal is to create self-directed work teams that improve quality continuously through structured problem solving and effective interpersonal communications. The training follows four phases of team development, in three different skill areas. The skill areas are social, technical, and administrative. The classes listed below were developed by Harris Semiconductor and used when they implemented SDWTs. The following is an overview of the courses and can be adapted for your individual situations. More details can be found in Ed Rose's book Self-Directed Work Teams—A Trainer's Role in the Transition.

Classes should be delivered to entire teams in segments of one-and-a-half hours to two hours. That allows scheduling flexibility and provides a vehicle for real-time team building. Class times should be set by the teams or by management in order to meet work schedules. Always strive to meet the team's needs. The goal should be to provide whatever training resources a team requires. Each phase can take between 12 and 18 months to complete.


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