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Why Continuous Improvement?

With continuous improvement you ensure the processes to be as efficient and effective as possible, by making small, incremental improvements on a daily basis that provide more customer value. The ProMISe method also helps to identify the root causes of your problems so you can eliminate them permanently. Making small changes on a daily basis costs less and can be executed much quicker than significant change projects. In every business, regardless of size, industry or profitability, Continuous Improvement simplifies processes, reduces waste, optimizes workflows and creates safer working environments. In short: a safe, efficient and lean production.

Involve your employees

"Everybody wants to contribute. Trust them. Leaders are everywhere. Find them. Some people are on a mission. Celebrate them. Others wish things were different. Listen to them. Everybody matters. Show them."
- Bob Chapman

With our ProMISe working method we focus on the greatest asset in of your company: employees! They are your keen eyes and ears. They possess the required knowledge and experience and are key to establishing root causes of disruptions in the production process and of incidents related to QHSE, for example. They know suitable solutions and can initiate improvements. Utilize their talent! Listening to them and involving them in the improvement process is key to success. It creates incremental involvement. Employees become motivated to continuously improve as a team and eventually it becomes second nature. In this way you create an improvement culture.

Better results

An increasingly efficient production also releases time. You can use this newly created time to improve further, (cross) train your employees, or execute new tasks. Giving employees the opportunity to grow and improve will result in an increased job satisfaction.

By creating a pleasant work environment for your personnel the motivation to continuously improve together will increase, which will automatically lead to better business results, such as: lower costs, increased productivity, higher quality, improved safety standards and greater profit.