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Continuous Improvement May Not Be Good Enough

Date published:

09/07/2017

The idea of continuous improvement in application enhancement, rather than the periodic deployment of major changes, is gaining much support. This is a particularly attractive approach during periods of rapid and uncertain change in organizational direction and especially if the organization has adopted a continuous improvement philosophy. However, continuous improvement is often insufficient to achieve significant organizational impact. Organizations should continue to implement major disruptive change effectively along with continuous improvement and not depend solely on the latter.

Author

  • Andy Woyzbun