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Can Continuous Improvement be Transformative?

Hosted By: Diana Davis
08/16/2012
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About this Podcast...

Traditional improvement methodologies often take a gradual approach to improving operations – slowly and over time you make incremental improvements to your business operations.But in this time of fast moving markets and technology where a company’s share price can go from hero to zero in what seems like the blink of an eye is it time for a more transformative approach? If so, just where does that leave methodologies like Lean and Six Sigma?

In this Process Perspectives podcast, Philip Price, the former CFO of Reader’s Digest Europe, explains why he believes companies need to take an enterprise-wide approach to change in order to deal with the new realities of today's economy.

Read the transcript: Is Continuous Improvement Enough? or watch the original video interview Why Incremental Change is No Longer Enough

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