An exponential improvement workshop moves teams from firefighting to long-term improvement. They learn to make the invisible, visible, that is the problems prevented are made visible. It allows rewarding problem prevention instead of firefighting.
Exponential improvement gives organizations a way to realistically achieve consensus on improvement targets: how much improvement to expect and how long it will take to make them (half-life estimates).
|Exponential Improvement, like TQM, is a feedback process. That's why it works!|
And it provides a way to track that improvements are progressing as expected (half-life plots). It provides a method to reward teams for disaster prevention, rather than for disaster recovery. It can save time, dollars, and even lives.
Exponential improvement helps keep organizations out of crisis. Staying out of crisis is the only decent way to live. This approach allows organizations to do that.
For a more detailed description of this approach, see the full paper on Exponential Improvement. (113K)