We discuss continuous improvement and why it is important to identify an issue, seek the solution and implement the change.
Unfortunately, manufacturers don’t just have their own processes to consider. Each step in the supply chain must be continuously reviewed to ensure the best performance. A continuous improvement plan will help your business to be as agile as possible. Continually evaluating and optimising processes benefits organisations in several ways, such as:
Respond quickly to change
Address issues head-on
Understand and resolve problems
Improve employee engagement
Drives better quality products and services
The author, Guy, together with his 30 years’ experience in aviation and aerospace, has an extensive understanding of the pressures and challenges found in a manufacturing environment. Guy has identified that the need for quality and compliance is ever greater, and some businesses are not equipped.
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Guy has an extensive understanding of the pressures and challenges found in a manufacturing environment due to his experiences in aviation and aerospace over 30 years. Guy also has excellent problem-solving knowledge, gained as a customer-facing ERP implementation project manager.