Ensure that your investment in training grows results.

Eliminate learning scrap (training that doesn’t improve performance).

Do you want greater value from your investment in learning and development?

You should. In today’s competitive business climate, winning companies are those who earn the greatest return on their investments – especially investments in human capital.

Training and development programs are essential to keep your workforce competitive. Learning adds value.  But it can add much greater value than it does today. In most companies, a lot of learning goes to waste.

The Six Disciplines (6Ds®) are a proven approach to extracting maximum value from training and development initiatives. Organizations that practice the 6Ds consistently deliver greater business impact. Learning professionals who can implement the 6Ds are in demand.

Learn how you can put this powerful approach to work for you.

– What We Do –

Workshops

Workshops

Learn how to implement the 6Ds in your organization.  We offer in-house workshops for whole learning teams as well open-enrollment programs.

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Workshops

Consulting

We can help you analyze your current practices against the most effective approaches and recommend ways to improve your processes.

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Workshops

Books

The science behind the 6Ds and practical guides to their implementation are detailed in our best-selling books, The Six Disciplines and the Field Guide To The 6ds.

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– Who We Are –

Andy JeffersonAndy Jefferson is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of the 6Ds Company in Wilmington, Delaware.

Andy is an accomplished executive with a career that includes operational, legal, and learning roles. He has deep line management experience and expertise in strategic planning, sales and marketing, productivity, and development.
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Roy PollockDr. Roy Pollock is the Chief Learning Officer and a founder of The 6Ds® Company.

Roy is the co‐author of the best‐selling Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning, which Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research called “the most important book of the last decade in the workplace learning field.”

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