Continuous Improvement & Planning in Innovation


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Bruce owns a technology company. While many of his competitors implement large-scale change from time to time, Bruce prefers his company to improve incrementally by implementing small changes over time. In other words, Bruce favors _____ for his business while his competitors do not.

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1. Mina is implementing continuous improvement in her department. She has already tried out a small-scale change and it seems to be working well. Now she's ready to implement it department-wide. Mina is in the _____ stage of the continuous improvement process.

2. Van's boss has asked him to implement a small change on his team in order to try it out before the change is implemented across the company. Which stage of the continuous improvement process is Van in?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess what you know about how businesses can use continuous improvement and planning in innovation. Take this multiple-choice quiz and answer questions on important topics like the term for a business technique that adheres to incremental improvements and the stage of continuous improvement where a business is ready to implement a new technique.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

For the quiz, you'll need to know about the following:

  • Stage of continuous improvement where a new idea is tested on a small scale
  • First thing to consider in the planning stage of continuous improvement
  • Step of the planning process after you've identified a problem

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use your understanding of continuous improvement and how it's connected to the implementation of a new business strategy
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the continuous improvement stage where a new idea is evaluated and the business method of improving incrementally
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the first step in planning continuous improvement at your organization

Additional Learning

Keep learning about making improvements at an organization with the lesson named Continuous Improvement & Planning in Innovation. Here are some of the topics you'll be exploring:

  • Example of creating a plan to initiate the process of continual improvement
  • Importance of defining the problem
  • Development tactics to reach new solutions