Design Principles and Continuous Improvement The concept of “design principles” is well established in the field of new product design. It enables many leading organisations
Stakeholder engagement is critical to the success of improvement activities. Join us as our panel of experienced leaders share their insights and what steps you can take to enhance your own practice.
What makes a successful team huddle? The PMI Operations Team demonstrate how you can benefit, as they present their Weekly Performance Huddle.
Transform Your Operations, Incrementally Not everyone suits, or is ready for, a major project approach to transformation. If you’re keen to radically improve your performance
Using the Kano Model to Listen to Your Customer When was the last time your organisation stepped back and observed your business from the customer’s
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To Automate or Not to Automate? – A continuous improvement conundrum How do you know whether automating a process is going to be worth the
Room for Improvement – Episode #9: Alex Boddy https://youtu.be/is_m6b4gKFM Joining us in this episode of Room for Improvement is Alex Boddy, Head of Operations and
PMI LIVE Getting More Out the Door, Better – increase productivity and quality How do we continue to delight our customers whilst constrained by challenges
What is a Black Belt project? We ask businesses to be fair in setting the scope of improvement projects. But how can they do this