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6 Ways Improvement Software Promotes Innovation

Posted by Clint Corley

Mar 15, 2021 11:56:23 AM

Flexibility is perhaps one of the essential qualities of successful companies in today's hyper-competitive environment. The ability to quickly adapt to changing marketing conditions and customer needs is crucial to modern companies' survival. Organizations with leaders and teams prepared to change when necessary can capture new opportunities, respond to threats, and impress customers.

Improvement management software prevents change from becoming chaos. Improvements to processes should be made thoughtfully, using a structured improvement cycle like PDSA or DMAIC. With improvement software in place, innovation becomes deliberate, and the process behind each improvement is transparent. Here are six ways that improvement software helps to promote sustained and purposeful innovation.

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Topics: Innovation Software, Change Management Software, Continuous Improvement Software

Improvement Software Buyer's Guide: 14 Indispensable Features

Posted by JJ Puentes

Oct 12, 2020 4:04:50 PM

Most of the people who come to us looking for improvement software have never evaluated these solutions before. So if you are wondering where to start your selection process, you are in good company. What's important is that you recognize the opportunity to accelerate your organization's improvement by adding technology to support it. There are many solutions on the market, but some are better suited for a CI program than others.

Working with our clients, we've put together a list of the "must-have" features and capabilities. We hope it will be useful during your search.

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Topics: Innovation Software, Change Management Software, Continuous Improvement Software, Lean Software

How to Choose an Improvement Platform

Posted by Danielle Yoon

Jun 2, 2020 1:24:12 PM

The selection process for any type of software can be challenging to navigate. You’ve got to find out what’s available, narrow down your choices, and dig in on the vendor and product. If you’re looking for an improvement platform, the task can be especially daunting because so much is riding on it. You certainly don’t want to start your organization’s journey toward continuous improvement with a technology failure.

This post will help. First, we’ll outline the vendor qualifications, and then we’ll dig into the key features you’ll want to consider.


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Topics: Innovation Software, Change Management Software, Software, Continuous Improvement Software, Lean Software

The Essential Features of Change Management Software

Posted by Maggie Millard

Sep 12, 2019 2:39:23 PM

If you are tasked with finding a change management solution for your company, you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed. All sorts of software from spreadsheets to industrial-strength enterprise software can be marketed as “change management” technology. Few people are experts at evaluating change management software, so if you are a little lost, you are not alone.

To help, we’ve outlined the most critical capabilities and features that you should look for in each solution that you consider. To make it even easier, we’ve created a comparison spreadsheet you can use to point to the most important functionality for your organization and compare solutions.

We’ve broken it down into two sections. The first deals with the technology itself, the second covers your relationship with the vendor and the technical infrastructure they provide. If you keep these things in mind, you’ll end up with a platform that will help take your organization’s improvement efforts to the next level.

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Topics: Change Management, Change Management Software, Software

What types of organizations need process improvement software?

Posted by Clint Corley

Aug 29, 2019 1:47:54 PM

We are often asked, “What kind of businesses need a continuous process improvement platform?” Our standard answer is that organizations in every sector, including healthcare, construction, high tech, engineering, and higher education, benefit from improvement technology. And that’s true, but the industry is only part of the story. Improvement is essential for every type of organization, but there are certain conditions under which software support can have an enormous impact.

Organizations with Multiple Locations or Remote Workers

These days people frequently work remotely, and many organizations have multiple locations or job sites. One of the most significant benefits of improvement software is that it makes it possible for people to contribute to improvement and collaboration from wherever they are. Tools like physical huddle boards don’t work well for distributed workforces, but with process improvement software, they can be effectively used without the need to get everyone in the same place.

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Topics: Change Management Software, Software, Continuous Improvement Software, Lean Software

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