Providing Structure to Continuous Process Improvement Implementation

Khwaja Moinuddin
Posted: 07/06/2010

Look at any company and you’ll see it making improvement efforts in its business. These improvements could be in worker productivity, plant efficiency, quality, service (i.e., on time delivery), etc.

Often, however, companies don’t get it right.

Improvements aren’t structured. Individual departments carry out improvements without getting other departments involved. This "siloed," unstructured approach to making improvements is one of the main reasons why companies fail to achieve the next level in performance.

Khwaja Moinuddin
Posted: 07/06/2010