What is The Strategic Improvement Loop I hear you ask…

Many of my clients, over the years, have asked me for help with implementing their strategic objectives. It’s great helping a business to develop new processes and direction for them but it is another thing altogether to deploy business wide objectives.

Some of my clients have heard about the technique called Hoshin Kanri and some haven’t. If you haven’t come across it before it is a systematic objective deployment process that works really well.

The drawback, I have found, is that many of my clients have looked at the system and said ‘ugh!’. On top of an already busy working day this becomes too much for them to decipher and develop their own implementation.

When I do meet a company that has heard of it they often want their own version, keeping the principles intact but tweaked to meet their needs.

So, over the years I have built up a collection of tools, templates and worksheets that make implementing this approach easier for my clients. I decided the other week (after another enquiry on the topic) that I would bundle all of my resources up and make them available through this website.

And, because I wouldn’t say this is ‘pure’ Hoshin Kanri I decided to give it the name my clients and I refer to it as: The Strategic Improvement Loop.

If you want to improve how you develop and deploy objectives for your organisation and want to reduce the amount of time and confusion it will take to implement such as system, then download The Strategic Improvement Loop today.

If you want some more information about the system you can view it here.

Otherwise, here you go:

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Giles Johnston

Giles Johnston is a Chartered Engineer who consults with businesses to improve their on time delivery performance, ERP system performance and deploy Kaizen / Lean production methods. Giles is also the author of 'What Does Good Look Like?'.