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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 to develop innovative products that respond in new ways to the requirements of their customers.  But did you know that those same design principles can be used to develop innovative processes? 

Discover the secret to developing innovative processes

Join PMI’s Rich Seddon, Warren Knight, and Susannah Clarke as they share how to apply design principles to Continuous Improvement and new process design in order to:

    • Create a common sense of purpose
    • Pinpoint your customers’ requirements
    • Innovate to delight your customers

Questions about how to develop innovative processes using design principles?

If you have any questions about this topic, you can reach the PMI team at: team@pmi.co.uk.

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More resources that may interest you

It’s important that you can develop your eye to identify a requirement for innovation and ensure you use the correct resources to achieve the goal.

Watch now:  Developing Your Eye for Innovation webinar recording

Sometimes it takes a personal experience to remind yourself of how important it is to understand the customer journey when designing processes, as Rich Seddon experienced recently.

Read now:  The Prizes and Perils of Designing Processes for Your Customers blog

When was the last time your organisation stepped back and observed your business from the customer’s point of view?

Watch now: Using the Kano Model to Listen to your Customer video

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