Create a Continuous Improvement Culture
Have you ever wondered what it would take to create a culture of Continuous Improvement within your Organisation? How would you start and what are the critical steps to achieving what many organisations aspire to?
A culture of continuous improvement is one that delivers 5% – 10% improvement each year, every year. It teaches your employees a shared purpose and goal and equips them to make many small improvements to their daily working practices, using a structured approach and creates value not only for the present, but more crucially the future.
Incremental improvements simply harnesses your most important asset – your people – and links improvement activity to the daily work performed. It doesn’t require large complex transformation activity or the use of clever techniques.
It just needs the introduction of a continuous improvement management system combined with the drive and enthusiasm from leaders at all levels of the organisation to install and sustain the culture needed for successful continuous improvement.
Reinvigoration has worked with many organisations to help them embed the culture where those small, seemingly insignificant, improvements all add up to make a major contribution to a successful future.
Building Blocks of a CI Culture
Our proven method for supporting clients on their journey of habitual continuous improvement involves just three key steps and a range of support tools.
Step 1: Vision
A vision enables an organisation to move forward with clarity, linking the business’ specific objectives and targets with the core values that govern how it will operate in order to meet those targets.
Step 2: Method & Capability
Both method and capability are vital to the success of your CI initiative as without both elements results will be inconsistent.
Step 3: Desire
The need to create the desire in your people to participate and ensure that they are rewarded for creating and sustaining a CI culture.
Reinvigoration has worked with many organisations to help them instigate and embed the culture where those small, seemingly insignificant, improvements all add up to make a major contribution to a successful future.
Find out more about how we can support the development of sustainable continuous improvement cultures. It really is worth the effort.