Posted on May 5, 2020 by iwano@_84
When it comes to Continuous Process Improvement, action is what it’s all about. It matters not a bit what training you provide, slogans you use, or posters you post if you do not promptly move into action to get things done, measured, and stabilized so the solution sticks.
‘Quick Wins’ is a powerful tool for moving teams into action.
But it is more easily said than done. In this article we’ll discuss Quick Wins, why they matter, what can go wrong, and how to increase the chances of success.
What Is A ‘Quick Win’?
The key elements are right there in those two words: it’s got to be quick and it’s got to be successful.
A Quick Win must be completed in 4 to 6 weeks at most, but many are implemented much faster such as in a “kaizen blitz” where a small group focuses full time on an improvement … Read More