Explanation: Improvement routines

In an industrial context, "improvement routines" refer to systematic processes and methods that companies use to continuously improve various areas. These routines include regular reviews, analyses, and activities to identify weaknesses, bottlenecks or inefficient procedures in operational processes.

Examples of frequently applied improvement routines are methods such as lean principles, continuous improvement management, Six Sigma, Kaizen or TQM (Total quality management). With a culture of continuous improvement, companies can pursue different objectives: for example, to adapt to new market requirements, to realize productivity increases or cost reductions or to increase the quality of their products / services.

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