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Continuous Improvement Gallery

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The intention of this section is to present all examples in the website in one place. You can save all these images, share them, or PIN them to your Pinterest account.

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This example illustrates the steps that have been followed to analyze why it takes too long for the food to be served in a restaurant. A fishbone analysis was conducted to identify the causes of the slow service delivery.

This example illustrates the steps that have been taken to analyze the high spoilage rate at one of the production lines in a factory.

This example illustrates the steps taken to analyze the reasons behind the low audit score after conducting an external audit.

This is an example of an improvement roadmap template in its simplest format which contains only four sections.

An improvement roadmap template in its simplest format contains only four sections (improvement categories, current condition, milestones and targets, and performance metrics).

This example illustrates an improvement roadmap that was created to improve throughput and efficiency in a workplace.

This example illustrates a short time frame improvement roadmap which has been created for the non-operational functions (human resources and customer services).

This example uses a four-field matrix to present the outcome of a SWOT analysis for an organization.

This example uses SWOT analysis to identify and assess a person’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.

This example uses a four-field matrix to present the outcome of a PEST analysis for an organization.

This tree structure is the outcome of a brainstorming session to identify all the possible PESTLE factors.

An affinity exercise can be broken down into three basic steps: collecting, grouping and labeling.

These hints could be helpful when constructing an affinity diagram.

This is an example of a completed affinity diagram which has been developed after a brainstorming session, and which identifies how to successfully implement and sustain change within an organization.

These are examples of internal and external stakeholders for an organization.

These are examples of stakeholders for a particular project.

The first step in stakeholder analysis is to identify the stakeholders of the project or change effort and group them into logical categories (e.g. external stakeholders, process team, etc.).

This is an example of a table that is used to summarize the roles and characteristics of stakeholders in order to analyze their level of involvement.

This is an example of an involvement planning worksheet which will help to assess where stakeholders are now and where they need to be in terms of project involvement.

This is an example of a communication action worksheet which is used to plan how to communicate with project stakeholders.