Explanation: Continuous improvement management

In an industrial context, the term "continuous improvement management" refers to a systematic approach to the continuous optimization of processes, products and services in companies. The aim of continuous improvement management is to constantly increase efficiency, quality and competitiveness.

Continuous improvement management is based on methods such as the PDCA cycle (Plan-Do-Check-Act), Six Sigma, Lean Management or Kaizen. Employees are encouraged to make suggestions for improvement, identify problems and develop solutions together.

back to last page

all glossary entries