Phase V: Continuous Improvement
When you stop improving, you start slipping backwards.
—H. James Harrington
This phase consists of three activities (see Figure 6.6.):
• Activity 1: Maintain the Gains
• Activity 2: Implement Area Activity Analysis
• Activity 3: Qualify the Process
- 6 Phase IV: Implementing the New Process and Phase V: Continuous Improvement
- from Streamlined Process Improvement
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill
- Released: July 2011
Even the most efficient processes need to be scrutinized and modified periodically. Consider using a Streamlined Process Improvement (SPI) approach to continuous improvement that encourages all functions to work together to optimize efficiency.
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