Kepner-Tregoe

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    Kepner-Tregoe provides management consulting and training services to individuals and organizations worldwide. The Company offers consulting services, such as targeted performance improvement, operations improvement, tech support services, process improvement, root cause analysis, productivity improvement, cost reduction strategies, overall equipment effectiveness, and quality improvement; as well as problem solving, strategic consulting, and smart planning services. Its training services include workshops, skill transfer and development, results model, and certification programs and credits. The Company serves manufacturing, telecom, energy, information technology, defense and aerospace, and other industries.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1958
    HQPrinceton, US
    Websitekepner-tregoe.com
    Employee Ratings3.3

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Nov 2019)166

    Key People/Management at Kepner-Tregoe

    Albert Chan

    Albert Chan

    Senior VP of Growth & Client Services & Regional Managing Director Japan
    Kevin Duffy

    Kevin Duffy

    Regional Managing Director, North America
    Belinda Bright

    Belinda Bright

    Regional Managing Director, Australia and Head of Operational Excellence
    George Ng

    George Ng

    Regional Managing Director, Southeast Asia
    Jason O'Neill

    Jason O'Neill

    Head of Global Training Services
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    Kepner-Tregoe Office Locations

    Kepner-Tregoe has an office in Princeton
    Princeton, US (HQ)
    116 Village Boulevard, Princeton Forrestal Village, Suite 200
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    Kepner-Tregoe Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1958

    Kepner-Tregoe Online and Social Media Presence

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    Kepner-Tregoe Blogs

    Three Tools for Building Problem Solving on the Frontlines

    Providing problem solving tools to workers on the frontline is critical to building a culture of Continuous Improvement. Here are three, useful tools that quickly enhance problem solving skills by helping associates working in production and maintenance to communicate problems more accurately and by…

    Technical Debt is minimized in a problem solving culture

    As organizations update their technology to better serve customers, organizations can manage this debt by improving stability despite rapid change. With a problem-solving culture, the organization can anticipate, mitigate, resolve, and communicate solutions to problems. This increases stability and …

    ITSM: Tackling the Challenges Created by Tech Debt

    Tech debt is a given in organizations struggling to improve IT systems to better meet customer expectations. ITSM can minimize the negative impacts of tech debt and improve stability by understanding the existing IT landscape and clarifying roles and responsibilities.

    100 years of quality – 60 years of Kepner-Tregoe

    The 14th of November is World Quality Day, mid-way through World Quality Month. The organizer of this annual global quality day, CQI (the Chartered Quality Institute), urges quality professionals to reflect on their achievements.  

    Skills for the future of work- Part II

    The lack of available skills for the new workforce has the potential to derail the economic promise of the digital era. Forward-focused organizations must be able to accelerate skills acquisition if they are to adapt to the future of work.  

    Skills for the future of work- Part I

    There is a global skills crisis on the horizon. Business leaders need completely rethink how to prepare their workforces - from anticipating the skills they will need, to providing an environment to help their people learn and apply new skills to ensure they have a workforce for the future.  
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    Kepner-Tregoe Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Kepner-Tregoe founded?

      Kepner-Tregoe was founded in 1958.

    • Who are Kepner-Tregoe key executives?

      Kepner-Tregoe's key executives are Albert Chan, Kevin Duffy and Belinda Bright.

    • How many employees does Kepner-Tregoe have?

      Kepner-Tregoe has 166 employees.

    • Who are Kepner-Tregoe competitors?

      Competitors of Kepner-Tregoe include Franklin Covey, Kurt Salmon and Horvath & Partners.

    • Where is Kepner-Tregoe headquarters?

      Kepner-Tregoe headquarters is located at 116 Village Boulevard, Princeton Forrestal Village, Suite 200, Princeton.

    • Where are Kepner-Tregoe offices?

      Kepner-Tregoe has an office in Princeton.

    • How many offices does Kepner-Tregoe have?

      Kepner-Tregoe has 1 office.