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THE IMPORTANCE OF PROCESS

Most improvement methods involve mapping the ‘as-is’ process as a starting point. If we only focus on what we’re already doing, at what point do we create and innovate? This methodology takes the focus off existing processes and instead is driven by the desire to maintain a positive culture free of exasperation, competition and comparison. Identifying these points of negativity and eliminating them, will result in not only a better functioning organisation, but one that is free to move and improve exponentially.

EASY TO FOLLOW PROCESS

This methodology is an easy to follow 7 step process that defines the problem, evaluates its validity, assesses opportunities and provides real guidance on achieving full implementation of process improvement.
Get your organisational objectives back on track

Address the negativity that's holding you back

Make positive change that makes sense at all levels

Focus only on the right improvements

LATEST FROM THE PROCESS BLOG

  • I’ve heard a lot of people talk about quick wins lately, but what are quick wins and how do they help us? You’d think the quick win would really appeal to me since I love it when people take action and I’m a fan of doing the work that can be done with the existing resources. But is the quick win rea...

  • Getting respect from the rest of the business is the toughest aspect of business improvement. Too much time spent on gathering information and figuring out which processes to look at can seem like inactivity to people who are seeing no change. Action is the key. 1. Only do what you have the resource...

  • The compliance culture is a culture based on fear of not complying and fear of making a mistake. It’s a style that was brought about to get rid of underperforming workers, but as an ongoing strategy is also getting rid of good workers with good knowledge who have simply made a mistake. What happens ...

The Process Improvement Handbook contains an easy to follow 7 step process that harnesses employee knowledge and refines it to reveal management-ready improvement proposals that are relevant to objectives.