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Jean Cunningham: More than before and less than it will be in the future

By Jean Cunningham, - Last updated: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 - Save & Share - Leave a comment

Percentage of value add for a process should be more than before and less
than it will be in the future. Continuously improving toward the customer
need. Constantly creating an environment where all people in the process
are thinking and experimenting on ways to improve. Celebrating the
improvements you have made and anticipating improvements to come.
Ensuring the use of the trilogy of business management tools: Strategic
Deployment, cross functional process improvement, and managing for daily
improvement.

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