PDSA your Work, your Project, your Programme: a recording of our webinar

What is PDSA?

Plan, Do, Study, Act – PDSA; the essential framework for continual learning and improvement.

As a business improvement professional, PDSA is the number one tool in your kit bag, so it’s critical that this is well understood and applied.

Join Des Kelly as he talks about how to get the most benefit from PDSA.  He will cover:

• The method
• The thinking
• The application

Questions about what PDSA is and how to reap the benefits?

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

Next time, why not ask your questions in real-time and join our next PMI Friday Webinar LIVE. You can register for our upcoming webinars here:

Continuous Improvement for Hybrid Working

Free Interactive Webinar
28 Jan 15:00 UK TIME
  • Join Damion Albinson as he talks about mastering the art of remote facilitation for your improvement actions, tools, and projects:
  • Planning your virtual session
  • Technologies and how to create interactive sessions
  • Visual learning methods

Getting More Out the Door, Better - 5 Tips to Increase Productivity and Quality

Free Interactive Webinar
25 feb 15:00 UK TIME
  • Join Rich Seddon as he talks about how to delight customers whilst being contained by external factors:
  • Do more with less
  • Improve output and quality
  • Serve your customers more effectively
  • Stay focused on the things that matter
  • What to stop, start, continue

To Automate or Not To Automate - A Continuous Improvement Conundrum

Free Interactive Webinar
25 mar 15:00 UK TIME
  • Join Sean Buckland as he talks about the benefits vs. the costs of process automation, and knowing whether it's going to be worth the effort before you begin. He will cover:
  • Customer impact
  • The risks
  • Understanding the value automation adds

Transform Your Organisation - Incrementally

Free Interactive Webinar
29 apr 15:00 UK TIME
  • Join Warren Knight as he talks about deploying performance excellence department by department:
  • Plan the deployment
  • Accelerate your process performance
  • Support a culture of continuously driving out waste
  • Improve staff engagement by providing capability and empowerment to tackle problems themselves

More resources that might interest you:

A selection of tools and models used regularly in our courses and programmes that incorporate change methodology and approaches.

Read now – Tools and models useful for change blog

Join us as Warren Knight talks about what makes improvement continuous, covering organisational culture, roles in improvement, and systems to support continuous improvement.

Watch now – What Makes Improvement Continuous? Webinar Recording

Hear from Lucie Lovell, Business Improvement Lead at the international charity WaterAid talking about the importance of continuous improvement in a not-for-profit organisation.

Watch now – Room for Improvement Episode #2: Lucie Lovell, WaterAid.

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