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An Innovative Management System for Sustaining Continuous Improvement Methodologies

12/1/09 2:00 pm EST
Contact: Jamie Tunison


If you:
  • Are using lots of different improvement methodologies that are not integrated
  • Cannot measure the status of deployment across all your sites in real time
  • Have poor visibility of each plants implementation road map for the next 5 to 6 years
  • Do not have the entire workforce engaged in CI
Then chances are your CI initiative will not be sustainable.

Lean, Six Sigma, TPM, and WCM, without the necessary management system, are not sustainable improvement technologies. Sustainable business improvement requires a complete system and framework to effectively manage the long term transformational processes required of these methodologies.

This presentation details an all-encompassing methodology that has evolved into an innovative Continuous Improvement Management System that manages the required transformation across multiple sites, includes multiple technologies, in 22 languages on a common standardized platform and leverages knowledge sharing within it.


Glenn Leask, President, Competitive Capabilities International, Inc.

Gary Thomas, Director of Continuous Improvement & ORM, H.J. Heinz

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