The benefits of implementing a Continuous Improvement (CI) strategy are crucial for bringing efficiency and innovation to all public services.
CI is an approach in which all staff seek out, support and implement changes to provide better services and improve cost-effectiveness.
This interactive course will explain how applying CI’s tools and techniques can help to focus activity, people and resources on serving customers, eradicating waste, and improving organisational efficiencies.
Led by experienced management consultant, Jonathan Bottomer, this one-day course will allow your organisation to gain and implement CI skills, including Lean thinking, Kaizen, Six Sigma to achieve long-term improvements in your organisation.
Trainer's Welcome and Clarification of Learning Objectives
De-Mystifying Continuous Improvement
This session will be a mixture of tutor led presentations on the theory of Continuous Improvement combined with interactive exercises covering:
- What is Continuous Improvement?
- Origins of Continuous Improvement
- Continuous Improvement rumours and myths
Developing a Culture of Continuous Improvement
- Understand how Continuous Improvement can benefit your organisation
- Learn from case studies how to eliminate waste and reduce delays
- Get things right first time to enhance quality and lower costs
- Empower staff and motivate them to sustain results
Continuous Improvement Tools and Techniques
Through a series of tutor led presentations and interactive exercises this session will explore key areas of the theory of Continuous Improvement. In particular focusing on these learning areas:
- Organisational culture
- The emotional cycle of change and managing resistance to change
- Sustain and scale-up
Implementing Continuous Improvement Tools and Techniques
Through a series of interactive exercises this session will allow successful implementation of a CI Toolkit within your organisation.
Waste and Value
- The 7 Wastes
- Value Stream Mapping
- No errors forward
Customer focussed improvements
- Voice of the Customer
- One piece flow:
- Just in time
- Pull Systems
- Takt Time
- Standardised work
- Problem solving
- Information Centres
- Master Schedules
Feedback, Evaluation & Close
etc. Venues – Marble Arch, LondonGarfield House
86 Edgware Road
020 7793 4200
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