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CoP's leveraged for continuous process improvement?

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  • bill_slayton
    Does anyone have experience leveraging CoP s specifically for continous process improvement?
    Message 1 of 4 , May 27, 2005
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      Does anyone have experience leveraging CoP's specifically for continous
      process improvement?
    • Seth Kahan
      I am working at a NASA facilitiy to build their knowledge-sharing culture, including the formation of ad hoc communities, to support continuous improvement.
      Message 2 of 4 , May 27, 2005
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        I am working at a NASA facilitiy to build their knowledge-sharing
        culture, including the formation of ad hoc communities, to support
        continuous improvement. Please contact me directly if it would be
        helpful to discuss further.

        Best,
        Seth

        Seth Kahan
        Organizational Community Specialist

        Executive Strategy Consultant

        Conference Keynote Speaker



        (301) 229-2221

        Visit www.sethkahan.com to learn more.



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        Does anyone have experience leveraging CoP's specifically for continous
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      • Rosanna Tarsiero
        Bill, how is such continuous process improvement designed and represented? Thanks Rosanna Tarsiero ... -- Visit my blog at: http://gionnetto.blogspot.com/
        Message 3 of 4 , May 28, 2005
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          Bill,
          how is such "continuous process improvement" designed and represented?

          Thanks
          Rosanna Tarsiero

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        • plbond
          Bill, Specifically in relation to medium sized manufacturing operations, I have run a series of workshops based on Deming s knowledge management approach to
          Message 4 of 4 , May 29, 2005
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            Bill, Specifically in relation to medium sized manufacturing operations, I
            have run a series of workshops based on Deming's 'knowledge management'
            approach to CPI. (Deming did KM before it was known as such.)

            One of the topics is the CoP vs Kaizen Team. See below. These types of
            company tend to eschew nice academic labels but the way we have approached
            knowledge sharing (with a view to control of a process - any process) is by
            setting up CoPs around knowledge content, tools and techniques for CPI. Same
            approach to 6 Sigma implementation.

            Contact me directly for more info.

            Our course outline for:

            Continuous Performance Improvement: Principles and Techniques.

            The Roots and Philosophy of Continuous Improvement. (Deming's philosphy)
            Knowing the System (Process) for Improvement
            The more you know the more you are in control.(Learning to produce a cake.)
            Quality Circles, Kaizen Teams, Communities of Practice, and their
            objectives.
            Quality circles and creativity
            --
            peter bond
            Learning Futures
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