In my second blog on the subject of Continuous Improvement, What Culture We Are Building, I highlighted a proverb, “many hands, make light work.” The concept of a culture of continuous improvement is to orient everyone in the organization toward one common goal — Operational Excellence.
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Last week, we had a great discussion regarding Continuous Improvement Development for Leadership and Professionals. That blog article with The National Graduate School of Quality Management in the Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement series generated a lot of interest on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Leadership development is extremely important if you are trying to
Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement: Continuous Improvement Development for Leadership and Professionals
Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement. Fully Understand the Continuous Improvement Culture Model
In early May, we started our journey Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement. In that blog, we shared the model I use to build this type of culture. Today, we will explore the various facets of the model at a high level. Over the next several months, we’ll dig deeper into each facet of
Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement: Form Meets Function — Organize for Continuous Improvement.
Let’s recap a little bit. I started off these blogs with The National Graduate School of Quality Management kicking off the subject of Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement. Over the last few weeks we’ve been talking about the strategic activities in the center of the model I’ve shared to outline how to get
Yes, I know the title sounds like something Yoda from Star Wars might say. But I wanted you to stop and think about the title and not simply breeze by. Culture is perhaps the most important aspect of establishing continuous improvement in your organization. I wanted you to think about the phrasing of my title
By: John Knotts, MS, LSSMBB, CMAP, Prosci, NGS alumnus
NGS Professor, Dr. Richard Buckles presented a session titled, “Finding Innovators,” at the ASQ World Conference on Quality and Improvement in May 2013.
A condensed version of the session video is available to view here, http://youtu.be/LGSHaHlg12c.
The session deals with a unique approach to identifying, selecting, and developing innovators: the thinking styles and strategies