What does a Continuous Improvement organisation look like?
A comparison rich picture
The rich picture below was illustrated by our in-house designer, Sam Warburton. It compares a non Continuous Improvement organisation (left) with a Continuous improvement (CI) organisation. In a CI organisation, everyone has two jobs; the one they were hired to do, and how they can make things better.
Features of a Continuous Improvement organisation
In an organisation with a Continuous Improvement culture, you have:
- Empowered and engaged employees
- Collaboration and team work
- Team problem solving
- A shared common purpose
- Continuous improvements and learning
- Customer-focus, putting people first
- Leaders who ‘go and see’ for themselves
At Ad Esse, we run Continuous Improvement (CI) exploration workshops for executive teams where we share with you what a CI culture looks like, how to embed a CI culture, and create a bespoke roadmap with you to get you off the starting blocks. Email Rhiannon at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.