Establishing an approach for continuous improvement
As a key element of a management system, continuous improvement is a management-driven mindset that is shared at all levels.
Establishing a process of continuous improvement is synonymous with control of one’s activity, cross-functionality and therefore performance.
Initiate a process of continuous improvement
Propose targeted improvement actions
Manage the deployment of improvement actions
Check your performance through internal audit
Efficiently drive continuous improvement
Have all your employees contribute to the processes by allowing them to propose improvement paths.
Grant your managers easy access to all improvement actions related to their processes, their attributes and their progress.
Through indicators and dashboards, you can monitor continuous improvement: action deadlines, impacted processes, progress, etc.
Define your annual audit plan, share it with your auditors, and monitor progress. Write your audit reports, and link to your processes, monitor actions resulting from the audit findings and measure their effectiveness.
Allow each employee to easily report any event that requires improvement: malfunction, noncompliance, improvement paths.
For each observation triggering an improvement you can configure the analysis criteria to identify the root causes, their sources, the 5M’s, and analyse their criticity.
Make your employees proactive in the analysis of problems and the actions to be carried out thanks to the contribution module.
Retrieve analysable data from your actions according to their state of progress, their causes and sources. Efficiently conduct and analyse continuous improvement.