By A. Patricia Murrin D.B.A.
Professor, The National Graduate School of Quality Management
The success of company or organization-wide change initiatives or ‘transformation’ requires rigorous consideration of the ‘people side of change’. Transformation project plans should include an explicitly defined change leadership program to engage the organization, that is, bring it towards common understanding and
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