Culture, most important aspect of establishing continuous improvement
May 9, 2014 Leave a comment
We talk about “culture” all the time and there is often a misconception of what culture is. According to Gallup, 30% of the US workforce is can be considered engaged in their work. A Continuous Improvement Culture depends on an employee based that is engaged. Building and Sustaining and Quality Culture had over twice as many sessions as three of the other theme and focus areas at the recent ASQ Conference, which presents it as one of the most important aspects in quality today. Continue on my journey with National Graduate School as we explore my Continuous Improvement Culture Model and discuss ways to drive this culture into your organization.