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What is a Mind Map Used for in Continuous Improvement?

April 27, 2022

If you look at any of the most popular business process improvement methodologies, you'll find that data visualization is a common theme. ...

Lean Waste Reduction Strategies and Real-Life Examples

April 26, 2022

Ecologists and other environmentally aware people often talk about the goal of "Zero Waste." But, of course, that's an outstanding goal for...

Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control: Five Differences

April 25, 2022

People often use the terms quality assurance and quality control interchangeably. However, although they are similar, there are essential...

How to Become a Better Leader by Improving Processes

April 21, 2022

Many books and articles about good leadership focus on interpersonal relationship skills like communication, humility, and empathy. Of...

Patient Safety, Just Culture, and the Nursing Profession after the RaDonda Vaught Conviction [Webinar Transcript]

April 20, 2022

We recently had Mark Graban, Senior Advisor at KaiNexus, Dr. Greg Jacobson, CEO of KaiNexus, Kelley Reep, Clinical Nurse Specialist,...

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Action Guide: How to Improve the Quality of a Process

April 19, 2022

When we talk with people who are interested in implementing a program for continuous quality improvement, one of the biggest challenges...

How to Create and Implement a Process Improvement Plan

April 14, 2022

We get the chance to chat with managers and leaders who are faced with a wide variety of business challenges. One of the most common is the...

The Importance of Refueling at the Gemba

April 14, 2022

Continuous improvement work cannot exist in a vacuum. In order for the fire of change to burn hot and bright, it needs a fuel source. The...

What Does the Concept of “Lean” Mean in Business?

April 5, 2022

The modern business landscape is full of buzzwords and passing management fads, so it isn't surprising if you hear of a new "methodology"...