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Why Continuous Improvement Can Benefit Your Business

Continuous improvement is a strategy placed within a business designed to result in ongoing improvements to various processes throughout the company. Kaizen events are a great way to support continuous improvement in a timely manner. Kaizen is a Japanese term which means “change for the better”. If you would like to learn more about Kaizen, check out our blog post about why Kaizen can benefit your business

5 Ways to Measure Your Businesses Continuous Improvement Efforts

We often see organizations measuring only the things that are tied to a dollar amount but not the impact of ALL improvements. Let’s take a look at five ways your business can measure the effects of continuous improvement.

How Kaizen Can Benefit Your Company

What is A Kaizen Event?

Kaizen events are a method of continuous improvements that take place in approximately 30 days. The founding idea of kaizen is to create a culture of continuous improvement where all employees in an organization are actively engaged in improving the company. This can be achieved by focusing on specific areas of the company to improve and creating strategies to do so.

7 Continuous Improvement Examples

Continuous improvement is all about looking for opportunities to increase efficiency and doing so on a recurring basis. It can seem like a daunting process since a lot of people are not familiar with continuous improvement and don’t know where to start, but there are a lot of simple ways to get started. Here are seven examples of continuous improvement that are simple ways to get started yet are very valuable.

Continuous Improvement in the Healthcare Industry

The healthcare world is always changing – new technologies, new medications, and new approaches have changed the way the industry delivers care. This year alone with COVID-19, information and treatment plans are changing so quickly. That is why continuous improvement is so important for the healthcare industry. Organizations need to continue to adapt new processes in order to keep delivering quality care.

Coaching Employees Through a Time of Change

Change is always unnerving. It can be daunting to try to create change in the workplace, especially when there are employees who have grown comfortable with the longstanding processes. It is often simply easier to revert to what they have always done. What is the difference now? The shift to remote work seems more and more like a long-term plan. As a result, employers and employees alike need to adapt.

Continuous Improvement for Small Businesses

When thinking about large organizations, it is easy to envision their inefficiencies. And oftentimes they are plagued with layers of bureaucracy, and stuff like continuous improvement falls through the cracks. How about small businesses and startups? Are you immune to this dangerous money sucking line of thought? Truth is, there are inefficiencies in every organization, no matter the size. There are always ways to improve, especially for small businesses who may not have the time or capacity to establish standard processes and implement a Lean culture. Let us help get you started transforming your culture by changing your mind about continuous improvement. 

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