Continuous Process Improvement: How to Improve Process Quality, Productivity & PerformancePublished on April 1, 2016
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Continuous Improvement has been around for decades. Building blocks of the concept began in the 1930s with Dr. Walter Shewhart of Bell Telephone Laboratories; followed by Dr. Joseph Juran, known for his Quality Control Handbook;then Dr.W.Edward Deming,famous for his 14 points of Total Quality Management (TQM).They continued to advance these concepts throughout the Second World War and then carried them to Japan, resulting in the growth of their industry and some of the highest recognitions of quality performance and improvement – known as the Deming Award.
Countless enterprises have implemented some or all of these concepts in their organizations, improving their products by using these proven principles, as introduced by the aforementioned leaders in quality thinking.