What sets integrative improvement apart from other CI processes?
Lean, Six Sigma, TQM — you’ve probably applied some of these CI methodologies to your business, with varying degrees of success. And while each one of these approaches can improve operational efficiency and performance, they are often implemented in isolation, with different sites implementing different CI tools at different times.
This silo approach to implementation doesn’t deliver sustainable results — in fact, it can even have a negative knock-on effect on other areas of your business or further down the value chain.
The solution is to take a holistic approach to improvement and to integrate all people, systems, processes and functions.
Download this eBook to gain a deeper understanding of how integrative improvement and common CI methodologies fit into the CI spectrum:
- Learn more about the unique characteristics of Lean, Six Sigma, Supply Chain Optimisation, Hoshin Kanri and Total Quality Management (TQM)
- Find out how integrative improvement combines and integrates multiple CI approaches, and unlocks the ‘hidden’ value between individual roles and functions