Practice 8: Continuous Improvement
Optimize people, technology, and information resources. Routinely deliver new value to the company.
Unless your company consistently books the maximum sustainable revenue at the minimum sustainable cost, there is still room for improvement. But what can you do when your team’s performance stalls? People can only work so hard. Process re-engineering is the only way to materially improve service and reduce waste and rework. The One Stop LeaderShop manager training program is your introduction to organization, workflow and technology redesign ideas.
Continuous Improvement is included under the One Stop LeaderShop mega-heading Processing Effectiveness. You might also be interested in learning Practice 7: Meaningful Metrics.
Processing EffectivenessCombination Pack (Paperback Edition)
This convenient paperback edition contains One Stop LeaderShop Practice 7: Meaningful Metrics and Practice 8: Continuous Improvement. Find out if your team can work better, cheaper or faster.
Why Do You Need a Continuous Improvement Practice?
When defining “best sustainable performance”, experience and instinct are no longer enough. Today’s managers are expected to use more advanced methods.