Cycle of Improvement

The moment you stop looking to improve is the moment competitors can begin making inroads as they find ways to improve quality or reduce costs. Perfection will never be achieved,  thus improvement is always possible.

That’s the principle behind the Cycle of Improvement.  First developed by Deming in the 50’s, it is the rigorous application of simple quality management principles Plan-Do-Measure-Learn that were instrumental in Japan’s development as a nation producing world-class motor vehicles and electronic products. Habit Of Improvement approaches any transformation as a continuous improvement project and see the four elements as core to sustainable learning, change and growth.

Cycle of Improvement

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