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Six Core Principles of the Continuous Improvement Model

June 24, 2022

There are a host of methodologies that businesses use to bring structure to the process of identifying and acting upon opportunities for...

10 Continuous Improvement Questions to Ask in Every Interview

May 10, 2022

Companies dedicated to the practice of continuous improvement invest a lot of time and resources into training their employees and creating...

Process Improvement Techniques for Operational Success

March 24, 2022

Leaders who want to develop a culture of rapid continuous improvement have many tools at their disposal. So many that it can be challenging...

Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Management: Which Style is Best?

December 27, 2021

John Shook, president of the Lean Enterprise Institute, is among those who describe Lean or the Toyota Production System as being neither...

9 Brilliantly Simple Continuous Quality Improvement Techniques

September 29, 2021

I often find myself falling into the common trap of believing that if something is worthwhile, it is necessarily difficult. I think we all...

A Structured Approach to Problem-Solving | Webinar Recap

June 9, 2021

We had the pleasure of presenting a webinar hosted by Chad Westbrook, a manufacturing engineering manager and AGCO production system...

Wondering Where to Start? 30 Business Process Improvement Examples

March 9, 2021

One thing we hear from leaders who are looking to implement a structured approach to business process improvement is that it is difficult...

Hidden Opportunities for Improvement in Manufacturing

December 23, 2020

Manufacturing organizations dedicated to continuous improvement look for opportunities to eliminate waste at every juncture. They may spend...

Continuous Improvement Predictions for 2021

December 8, 2020

If you think trying to predict anything that will happen in 2021 is insane after what’s happened this year, you have a point. But by...