Strength in Numbers: Improving from the Bottom-Up [Webinar Preview]

Strength in Numbers: Improving from the Bottom-Up [Webinar Preview]

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Strength in Numbers: Improving from the Bottom-Up [Webinar Preview]
 

I was so excited to do this podcast interview with Mark Graban about tomorrow's webinar, I just had to share it with you all here on the blog, too.

On this episode of the KaiNexus Podcast, Mark Graban, founder of LeanBlog.org and the VP of Innovation and Improvement Services here at KaiNexus, gave us a preview of tomorrow's webinar titled Strength in Numbers: Improving from the bottom up.


Strength in Numbers: 
Improving from the Bottom-Up

July 27 from 1:00 - 2:00 ET

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In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • Where your best ideas for improvement come from
  • Why bottom-up improvement is a critical component of an improvement culture
  • The ROI of engaging everyone in improvement
  • How to engage more staff in improvement
  • How to keep up with all of those new ideas

 

Listen to the Interview and Subscribe to the Podcast:

 

 

If you've been keeping up with KaiNexus, you know that this is a topic near and dear to our hearts. Our continuous improvement platform was originally created to facilitate bottom-up improvement, spreading into top-down improvement and strategy deployment over the years to support more comprehensive improvement cultures.

Bottom-up improvement refers to ideas from front line staff about how they can improve their work. These improvements save money and generate revenue, save time, improve customer and patient satisfaction and safety, and make the company a better, safer place to work.

 





Original: https://blog.kainexus.com/continuous-improvement/bottom-up-improvement/strength-in-numbers-improving-from-the-bottom-up-webinar-preview
Posted: July 26, 2017, 3:18 pm

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