Corporate Educational Programs

Enna accelerates all aspects of business education development programs faster and quicker for you.

We refine your value streams, optimizing training programs, and ultimately redesigning information systems, facilities, human resources, and equipment.  Our fundamental mechanism for change is based on the MPT Model™ which goes beyond the industry familiar TPS House.  Clients come to Enna when they want to reach a higher level of business educational services that are able to be put into practice beyond TPS.  Our clients include organizations and executives from various manufacturing industries to service industries including healthcare, retail sales, and more—ATOMIC, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Canon, Mars, Carl Zeiss, Fluke, Textron, Novo Nordisk, and Dynacast to name a few.

Corporate Educational Programs

“Creating an organizational culture that is able to change and adapt is more important than having an abundance of resources. An organization’s strength is built upon this adaptable training culture.”

-Hitoshi Yamada

Components of The MPT Model™


Leadership, motivation, self-esteem, and empowerment

Self-Management Process

Alignment, priority, no-escalations, and automate management


Communication systems, simple devices, self-customization, and agility

Leadership within The MPT Model™

Our MPT Model™ is supported and expanded upon Taiichi Ohno’s Model allowing us to work with you to mentor your business in all aspects of change.  All three components must work together and support each other in order to drive innovation.

Cultivating Untapped Value

Our MPT Model™ and Technology changes the very fabric of organizations’ DNA, from the human talent to the information systems used. Over the years, we have refined our unique intellectual capital to achieve superior results in all education from executives to front line employees.

Many businesses, large and small, have a huge source of great ideas that can help them improve, innovate, and grow.  Yet, so many of these companies never develop the rationale to allow for creativity and innovation to reach their full potential. With help from the greatest minds in industry, we develop and redesign the very foundations of businesses’ training programs.

Concensus of Mindset

With the right mindset as individuals and as an organization, full potential can be attained. This mindset establishes the alignment of individuals to departments, departments to functions, and functions to the organizational goals.

Self-Management Processes

The organization must be sustainable at the individual level. Everyone needs the right framework to make decisions without escalation. People wants to be independent, even in an interdependent system. This means we must align their mindset to goals, ensuring that all layers of the organization are autonomous.

Information Technology

Leaders must understand technology. Technology is an amplification of a great mindset and management processes. This synthesis allows for appropriate and meaningful development of technology to be applied immediately and without downtime or integration pains for the business.

Superior Operating Ecosystem

Creating products that customers need, when they need them, and in the quantities they expect, is the primary technical goal of the management systems we provide to our portfolio of partners. This keeps things as cost-effective as possible for everyone.

Automate Management

The biggest bottleneck is the burden of daily management. We systemize this to take layers of costs and layers of stagnation away from the business model.

Align Sales and Production

Through integration of information systems, development of people, and dependability of manufacturing processes we breakdown barriers to communication. This engages staff, develops cross-functional teams, and drives the passion for true customer satisfaction.

Internalize Information Technology

Innovation needs to be self driven. We have the knowledge and skills to morph technology to leverage and change over time with the organization. This allows the organization internalize development and therefore gain more control over its' costs while lowering dependency on external suppliers.

Cultivate People

This allows us to make sure we develop people who are agile like an athlete - organization wide.

Directional Value for Internal/External Customers

Engagement is defined by the ability to be awarded for good service. This is how we see value, and we develop the organization to have internal and external customers. If we are providing good service to our internal customers, we can also do this for our external/final customers.

Grow Appreciation = More Profitability

We focus on increasing the depth of people's skills as well as their breadth of capabilities. This means we have more profit at each stage of business while having fewer stages, shifting the profit curve up.

Make A Difference With Enna