Continuous Improvement Process
The Continuous Improvement Cycle was originated by Walter A. Shewhart. Concepts of this self-reflective process are often applied in education and the workforce. The foundation of the continuous improvement cycle as found in Wikipedia is based on a simple application of:
1. Plan, 2. Do, 3. Check and 4. Act or Adjust.
A variation of the original Continuous Improvement Cycle is applied in my coaching and consultation services. First, we do a needs assessment. Then, we collaborate to plan goals and objectives. We strategize and plan activities. Then, you implement the plan. I provide ongoing support and we assess the effectiveness of our strategies. Then, we adjust as needed. By employing the Continuous Improvement Cycle, you may find an increase in your individual performance and your overall quality of life.