Breakthrough the barrier of mediocrity
In the philosophy of business, improvement is not this year or next year, depending on the year, but every year.
Juran’s approach to continually seeking out and achieving new breakthroughs will help your organization compete stronger, and perform better.
While seeking improvements may periodically occupy business leaders, it will never become an effective source of competitive advantage or high performance unless the management is committed, year after year.
A management mandate is vital. It is essential to the success of every improvement project and at every level of the business. We help you build leadership and management commitment to improvement, giving everyone the tools and structures to design and support an ongoing improvement program.
Developing a training curriculum
Continuous improvement is a culture change for any organization. It cannot be achieved simply by decree, but through inculcating methods and tools and employing them.
Individual improvement projects can be a reliable source of ongoing performance gains. But delivering the gains means having teams of people ready to identify opportunities, able to apply the appropriate tools, and having the ability to see it through. Structured learning through established courses, where students learn in the context of the projects they are engaged with cements their learning, increasing effectiveness.