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Ryan Rippey

As the Customer Enablement Manager, Ryan's main objective is to ensure that customers are maximizing their true full potential in continuous improvement through the use of KaiNexus CI software. Over the last few years, Ryan has worked in multiple SaaS start-up environments, developing a strong passion for technology as well as a diverse skill set within customer success, project/product management, operations, and data analysis. Born and raised in New Jersey, Ryan graduated from Rutgers University in 2012 with a BS in Exercise Science and a BA in Journalism and Media Studies. After spending a few years living in Las Vegas, NV, Ryan now resides in Austin, TX. In a nutshell, Ryan is a sports fanatic, gym rat, movie buff and wannabe DJ.
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Recent Posts

An 11 Step Gemba Walk Template for Executive Leaders

March 29, 2019
“We say seeing is believing, but actually, we are much better at believing than seeing. In fact, we are seeing what we believe all the...

Webinar | Metrics & Statistics Don't Have to be Scary

March 7, 2019

A while back, we recently had the honor of hosting a webinar with our Senior Advisor, Mark Graban, author of "Measures of Success: React...

The Lean Visual Management Tools Your Team Will Love

January 28, 2019

Although the overarching objective of Lean management is to create an unhindered flow of value to the customer, another of its primary...

9 Reasons to Consider a Digital Kanban Management Tool

January 9, 2019

As you might expect, we write quite a bit about Lean and Six Sigma management techniques that have been modernized by moving to digital...

What Should You Include in Your Hoshin Kanri Training Materials?

January 4, 2019

If you’ve been tasked with introducing the Hoshin Kanri strategy deployment methodology to your organization, and you are like many of our...

The Essential CQI (Continuous Quality Improvement) Glossary

December 20, 2017

CQI, like many other disciplines, has a language all its own. Many of the terms are acronyms, others are Japanese words retained from...

Want to Get More Out of Rapid Improvement Events? Click Here.

November 28, 2017

Rapid improvement events are a popular continuous improvement approach with for good reasons. By focusing all of your team’s firepower on...

A Mission to Partner with Patients to Improve Safety

September 21, 2017

If you’ve been following our blog, watching our webinars (which are available on demand), or listening to our podcasts for a while, you’ll...

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