This post is one in a series designed to help SME businesses benchmark their business and create a best practice business improvement plan across all of their business processes.  You can find the links to the full series here.  

Image of row gold columns each one taller than the last and spelling out the letters of the word improvementWhat is a continuous improvement program and why do we need one?

Continuous improvement, sometimes called continual improvement, is the ongoing improvement of products, services or processes through incremental and breakthrough improvements, designed to improve quality, reduce costs and create new opportunities.

Continuous improvement doesn’t only relate to the quality of your products or services but also the way you run your business.

Any business who wants to be considered a market leader will have a continuous improvement plan as part of their overall business strategic plan to ensure that they stay ahead of the competition.


How does your business measure up?

Review your business against this best practice benchmark now

BEST PRACTICE BENCHMARK: We have an ongoing business improvement process in place focusing on improving quality, reducing costs and creating new opportunities across all areas of the business. #planning

Here’s a checklist to help you determine the effectiveness of your continuous improvement program.

The SMART-Connect Best Practice Benchmarking Statements will provide you with the basis on which to develop an effective continuous improvement program for your business.

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