Continuous improvement and communication
I am talking more about continuous improvement as I am going through PMA I am learning new things every day. There are lots of things, which I didn’t thought about are related to continuous improvement. According to me four weeks and 3000 word limit constraint is contradicts each other as I am going through PMA either we need more time to analysis and present our findings in 3000 words or word limit has to be more than 3000 so that we can explain our analysis in proper way.
Continuous improvement is wider concept and years on years went still it has great power of implication and many giant organisations are implementing this method to achieve sustainable improvement. As I said in previous blog Management of change is important aspect of continuous improvement in the same way communication is also very vital part of improvement process. Communication has to be open and from all level as upward to downward and vice a versa. If communication is good that solves many problems of the organisation.
How communication helps continuous improvement. The benefits are tangible and intangible. As if communication is good then one part of organisation if achieves something that can be passed through other departments of organisation so that everyone can implement improved process. Intangible benefits may include more effective teamwork, job satisfaction and other. As continuous improvement is never ending process so every time there is a scope for further improve.