Festo Didactic Case Study

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Introduction Festo Didactic, a subsidiary of the Festo Group, a global leader automation technology giant headquartered in Esslingen, Germany, was established in the over 40 years ago, catering to the education sector. Festo Didactic offers high tech and extremely complex teaching and training solutions to industrial employees and workers across the globe. While the parent company Festo offers automation solutions to increase productivity in manufacturing companies, Festo Didactic offers specialized and custom training and development programs, educational consultation to manufacturing companies and provides services to help educational institutions develop technical training. Festo Didactic offers its services through seminars, workshops and in-house training programmes. Introduction to the Company…show more content…
A solution partner to Siemens Automation, Festo Didactic offers tailored forward-looking solutions using products and systems from Siemens Automation and Drives. Timeline and Key Milestones Figure 1 - Timeline and Milestone, Festo Didactic REWORK and ADD: intuitive learning systems. The company’s products – learning factories and training facilities – are offered in conjunction with training and e-learning programs in more than 40 languages. Festo Didactic’s customers include educational institutions, universities, colleges and industrial companies all over the world. Performance Excellence: Discussion on Results The Criteria We have used the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence to analyse the performance of Festo Didactic. The Malcolm Baldridge Criteria for Performance Excellence is an accepted standard used for the MBNQA Awards, one of the most revered and elusive awards in the field of business. The Criteria are as follows: 1. Leadership 2. Strategic Planning 3. Customer Focus 4. Measurement, Analysis, and Knowledge Management 5. Workforce Focus 6. Operations Focus 7.

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