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Improvement Software Buyer's Cheat Sheet

Posted by Brianna Hudock

Mar 8, 2021 1:29:23 PM

We are fortunate to have the opportunity to talk to many people interested in implementing a software solution to help them amplify their continuous improvement efforts. Most of the time, they have never looked for such technology before, and they are not exactly sure how to get the rest of the organization on board with the approach. To help you overcome the most common challenges, we've put together this guide with tips on how to justify, evaluate, and implement a solution. 

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Topics: Software, Continuous Improvement Software, ROI

How Technology Helps Control the 8 Wastes of Lean

Posted by Brianna Hudock

Nov 3, 2020 10:59:17 AM

Many organizations look to minimize the eight types of waste identified in the Lean business methodology. The goal is to create a shameless and efficient flow of value to the customer. Ideally, no resources are used until needed, and every task contributes something for which customers are willing to pay. In the real world, achieving this is much more difficult than wanting to do it. That's why so many Lean techniques and tools have been created to help those who embark on this journey. Using software purpose-built to support this type of improvement work is one way to ensure success.

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Topics: Lean, Continuous Improvement Software, Lean Software

9 Reasons to Consider a Lean Management System

Posted by Brianna Hudock

Aug 10, 2020 11:35:02 AM

We talk to people who are looking for ways to get more efficient with their continuous improvement efforts every day. Many are already using the Lean management method, others are just getting started with Lean, and some are taking a "Lean light" approach by adopting some of Lean's principles without going all in. In any case, leaders want to know what to expect and how the Lean management system can help them improve and achieve their most important goals. Luckily, we are well-positioned to share what our customers have told us happened when they invested in technology to bolster their efforts to improve and reduce waste.

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Topics: Lean, Continuous Improvement Software, Lean Software

9 Benefits of Lean Management Software

Posted by Brianna Hudock

Jun 8, 2020 5:40:39 PM

The Lean management methodology is popular across almost every industry. We have customers in sectors from healthcare to construction that rely on Lean principles to manage improvement and change. Some use a bunch of Lean tools and bake that way of thinking into every part of the business, while others take a more casual approach. In any case, Lean software can be used to support employees in their quest for reduced waste and better value for customers. Here are a few of the most important benefits.

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Topics: Lean, Continuous Improvement Software, Lean Software

Quality Improvement Software Feature Checklist

Posted by Brianna Hudock

Mar 30, 2020 4:59:53 PM

Of all the decisions that business leaders make, the choice to embrace continuous improvement is probably the easiest. After all, who doesn’t want their employees to be engaged in daily positive change?

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Topics: Software, Quality, Continuous Improvement Software

What Does Lean Software Do?

Posted by Brianna Hudock

Mar 5, 2020 9:30:00 AM

When I get asked what Lean software does, I like to answer in two ways. First, I’ll address what it does in terms of functionality. What features and capabilities does it offer? That’s pretty straightforward. The second part of the answer is actually more interesting. That’s all about what Lean software helps clients achieve. Why are those features important, and what impact can users expect?

This post will cover both.

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Continuous Quality Improvement Tips for 2020

Posted by Brianna Hudock

Jan 28, 2020 3:29:05 PM

We are fortunate to have the opportunity to talk to business leaders and managers about their goals for continuous improvement frequently. One thing that has been consistent in our conversations so far this year is an emphasis on quality. There is broad recognition that improving the quality of process outputs of every type is the best way to positively impact the bottom line as well as improve customer satisfaction and employee engagement.

Working with customers over the years has given us some insight into how quality gains can be initiated and sustained. Here are some simple yet important steps you can take.

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Topics: Quality

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