Werkzeugkasten powered by DB Training

Welcome to our DB Toolbox!

A free service exclusively for employees of Deutsche Bahn AG

The DB Toolbox powered by DB Training contains a variety of tools that support you in your daily workflow on your way to Starke Schiene at your desk, on site, at your workshop or a meeting.

Agility

Our agility tools support you in the world of VUCA to focus on the conditions of the customer.

Lean management

Our lean management tools support you in the efficient design of value chains.

Facilitation

Our facilitation tools support you in the preparation, implementation and follow-up of your event.

OPEX Toolbox

Our OPEX Tools are our recommendation for your path to excellence.

Project management

Our project management tools support you in designing the project phases without losing sight of costs, quality and time.

Work Online

Our work-online tools are our recommendation for your work with Office 365. Explanations can be found in "Practical tips" (currently under construction)

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The toolbox powered by DB Training is available to all DB Group employees free of charge.

You are a DB employee and do not have a username and password yet?

Then write us an email: werkzeugkasten@db-training.de

Do you have a question?
Under FAQ we have put together answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Have fun using the toolbox!

Your toolbox team from DB Training

Do you already know any of these tools?

Maybe they are an asset to your everyday work! Just have a look and be inspired.

6-3-5

The 6-3-5 method is a creativity tool which is used to generate ideas and find solutions to a clearly defined...

Target testing sheet

To verify the effectiveness of applied improvement measures, the values of the indicator to be monitored are displayed in the...

ESVP

The Acronym ESVP stands for a method by which the motivation of the participants can be interrogated in meetings or...

In-/Outframe

The inframe / outframe serves to narrow and clarify the considered issues in analogy to a picture frame. It helps...