Using Process Thinking to drive the Continuous Improvement agenda

Case Study Using Process Thinking to drive the Continuous Improvement agenda

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  • Substantial £ benefits to be delivered business wide. The exact details remain confidential at the request of Kettle Foods.
  • The approach was a major enabler to Kettle Foods achieving M & S Lean Silver accreditation and will form a key platform for the M & S Lean Gold journey
  • Continuous Improvement no longer resides within “Manufacturing”. It now forms a formal part of the way the senior team manages and improves the whole business

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