Continuous improvement integrates innovation to improve the processes and the objects that are being used to ensure the achievement of a higher level of effectiveness.
The natural segments of continuous improvement are:
Maximal strategies are driven by innovation. They are put into action by the implementation of big changes that go beyond the existing boundaries of the present operation and are sustained by the external need represented by the client centered management.
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Minimum strategies are driven by quality assurance, put into action by the development and implementation of medium changes and sustained by the personalized organization that ensures an effective participative action model.
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