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What’s Hard About Continuous Improvement at Your Company?

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    Anonymous

    I’m leading a team of engineers to build a continuous improvement platform, and I’d like to ask you for your input on where the biggest issues are, so that we focus on building the right features.

    If you could answer a few questions (below) that would be great. You’re also welcome to freely discuss what’s hard about implementing and sustaining continuous improvement in your own opinion.

    Furthermore, I’m looking for people who would like to be part of our feedback panel, whom we could run more in depth interviews with and to tests the software. You’re welcome to IM me if you’re interested in that.

    1. What’s you’re working title and industry?
    2. What does success look like for you in your role?
    3. What’s the biggest challenge in achieving that success?
    4. Tell us briefly about the last time you tried to generate improvement suggestions from employees.
    4.1 What was hard about that?
    4.2 Why was that hard?
    5. How do you solve the problem today?
    6. Why is that not awesome?

    Looking forward to hear your thoughts!

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    Strayer
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    Beware of building it yourself. It’s likely to incur much more expense than you want to invest and much more time than you’re willing to wait for. This results in projects that are abandoned before fruition more often than IT people like to admit.

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