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The Most Common Objection to Continuous Improvement Software, Answered

Posted by Maggie Millard

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Jun 3, 2015 10:52:00 AM

running in dress shoes: a continuous improvement software story, by KaiNexusA culture of continuous improvement is built on leadership, methodology, and technology. The organizations that are most successful at establishing and maintaining such a culture excel at engaging leadership in behaviors that promote the spread of continuous improvement and utilizing a consistent and simple methodology for improvement. Continuous improvement software supports these two elements. With it, organizations capture, implement, measure and share more opportunities for improvement than ever before.

Continuous improvement software has an annual ROI of over $6,000 per person, and has a significant impact on the areas of safety, quality, and customer and staff satisfaction (and we have the data to back that up). It's a critical piece of a culture of continuous improvement no matter how far you are into your improvement journey.

Do you know what one of the most common objections to continuous improvement software is? "Our culture isn't ready yet." 

To that, we say.... 

To learn more about the ROI of continuous improvement with KaiNexus' software, download this free eBook:

The ROI of Improvement

Topics: Continuous Improvement Software

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