What Makes Improvement Continous? A recording of our webinar

Most of us want to get better at everything we do. TV, social media, books, videos are full of ‘how to get better at…’ every day. But we know that it can be difficult, and for many reasons give up before we reach the goal, while envying the success stories of those who keep going – those who are improving continuously.

It’s no different in the workplace. Leaders want their organisation to improve and the people doing the work are often equally keen for things to get better. Initiatives abound but almost everyone asks the same question; “how do we sustain this, how do we make improvement continuous?

So, what makes improvement continuous?

It’s the most consistent topic that our audience wants to talk about so watch as Warren Knight picks up the challenge and talks about what makes improvement continuous, covering:

• Organisational culture

• Roles in improvement

• Systems to support continuous improvement

Raise the Bar:

Drive Your Performance Excellence

30 sep 15:00 UK TIME
  • Never before has the case for doing more with less been greater. Find out how performance excellence can help.

    Join us as we explore:
  • The benefits
  • Where to start
  • How to reinvigorate

In the Footsteps of Customers:

How to Understand What You’re Really Like to Do Business With
28 Oct 15:00 UK TIME
  • Do we really know what it is like to be our own customer and what opportunities for improvement that may be hidden from us?

    Join our expert panel as we explore:
  • The customer journey
  • Methods and approaches to understand the voice and experience of the customer
  • The possible gains of getting right

Organising for Change:

How to Optimise Your Improvement
25 NOV 15:00 UK TIME
  • We often get asked by customers what structure and roles do they need to deliver an effective improvement programme.

    Join us as we explore:
  • Is there an optimal structure for managing change?
  • Should teams and projects be centralised or devolved?
  • What resources do you require?
  • What are the roles in effective improvement?

Celebrating Success, Learning From Failure:

Getting the Most From Your Improvement Projects
16 Dec 15:00 UK TIME
  • How often or effectively do we make space to ensure we understand and learn from the causes of our successes and failures?

    Join us as we explore:
  • Why is it important?
  • What methods are effective?
  • How can you get started?

More resources that might interest you

In this blog, Warren Knight writes about how continuous improvement can be just as much about what we do each day and the importance of sharing best practice with one another as it is about different ways of doing things.

I didn’t tell you because you didn’t ask!  Click here to read.

WhiteBelt  >>> Awareness Level
Yellow Belt >>> Introductory Level
Green Belt  >>> Practitioner Level
Black Belt >>> Expert Level
Master Black Belt  >>> Master Level

Understand the difference between Lean Six Sigma belts in our easy to digest blog about the skills you would master once certified at each level.

Belt up!  Click here to read.

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.

Room for Improvement Episode #2: Lucie Lovell, WaterAid.  Click here to watch.

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