What does it take to implement Business Process Excellence, Continuous Improvement, or Process Improvement in your business?
This is how the OpEx professional sets out how a new performance improvement (PI) programme, process, system, way of working or methodology should be utilized or engaged with by employees within an organization. The system, process, way of working or methodology needs to be ‘embedded’ into the culture and once this is done for the first department, then it needs to be rolled out across the organization.
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