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Troubleshoot Your Improvement Culture (For Free!)

Posted by Maggie Millard

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Jun 26, 2015, 7:52:00 AM

At KaiNexus, we know that it's really hard to establish a sustainable culture of continuous improvement. And when you're struggling to spread improvement, it's hard to know what your next steps should be. You know you need to get more people engaged and get a better impact, but how? 

You're not alone in this struggle. We've spent a decade learning about what it takes to spread continuous improvement, and right now we're offering up a free consultation to anyone who is interested in troubleshooting their improvement culture.

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What do you get out of it?

  • Get a comprehensive assessment of the current state of your culture of continuous improvement.
  • Identify actionable steps to improve the spread of improvement in your organization.
  • Get expert advice on solving your most challenging continuous improvement problems.

How does it work?

  1. Spend less than 10 minutes answering some multiple choice questions about continuous improvement in your organization.
  2. Meet with a KaiNexus Continuous Improvement Specialist for 30 minutes for your consultation.
  3. We'll keep in touch and be available for help as you implement your new strategy.

What's the catch?

There is no catch.

It's a free, one-on-one consultation with a KaiNexus Continuous Improvement Specialist. You get solid advice about implementing continuous improvement that's based on years of experience with tons of customers facing problems just like yours. Your information is kept private. There's no obligation.

You'll be signed up to get occasional emails containing free webinar information, eBooks and awesome blog posts, but you can unsubscribe from those emails at any time and it won't hurt our feelings (though I don't know why anyone would want to).

Free, personalized advice from experts. It doesn't get better than that, does it? 

Troubleshoot your improvement culture.



Topics: Improvement Culture, Spread Continuous Improvement

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