Have you heard of Kaizen? It is the principle of continuous improvement.
Continuous improvement is a great model for change. It is based on constant changes toward a better outcome. No need for sudden upheaval or change (although that is sometimes necessary). Instead, course corrections are made along the way, nudging something toward improvement.
That “something”? It might be a product (like Japanese automobiles, where Kaizen became the method of them becoming excellent automobiles), companies, or even individuals.
But how, you might wonder, do you actually DO that continuous improvement?
Let me offer a super-simple tool that you can apply to your own life, to your company or workplace, or even to a relationship or organization.
SSC – Start, Stop, Continue
Three benchmarks: What do you need to Start? What do you need to Stop? What do you need to Continue?
In this week’s episode, I discuss how to apply SSC to your own life… and to other areas in your life.
Listen in for a new tool.
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Why We Avoid Change
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