A system to continuously improve.

Most people spend more time and energy going around problems than trying to solve them. – Henry Ford

Want to improve by statistical analysis rather than by guesswork?

  • Looking to achieve hard and soft money earnings?
  • Need to improve customer satisfaction?
  • Have improvement ideas but need a proven process to implement them?
  • Want a great way to increase employee engagement?

Discipline V guides your team through a series of best practices to gather, prioritize, and implement employee driven improvement suggestions. Here are all the questions your team will answer:

  1. Capture Opportunities for Improvement (OFI’s)  |   How are OFI’s encouraged and captured?
  2. OFI Triage   |  How do we decide which OFI’s to implement?
  3. Define Opportunity Thoroughly   |   What is the problem/opportunity?
  4. OFI Gap Measures   |  What is the fact-based gap between current and desired performance?
  5. Analyze Root Issues   |  What are the root causes of the problem?
  6. Improve the Process   |  How will the system be implemented?
  7. Control the Results   |   How will the gains be sustained?

Continuous Improvement 1

Collaboration Software making DV: Continuous Improvement work

Tools you need to analyze data and find meaningful solutions to your toughest business problems.

  • Capture ideas
  • Build plans to execute improvements
  • Monitor with dashboards

Continuous Improvement 2

Continuous Leader Development
training on DV: Continuous Improvement

Our Continuous Improvement workshop equips your team with a 5-step process modeled after Six Sigma.

  • Train on the DMAIC process
  • Set up, capture, and triage OFI’s in the workshop
  • Build a plan to control the results

Continuous Improvement 3

Ongoing Coaching
reinforcing DV: Continuous Improvement

Our experienced coaches provide the training and ongoing support for your internal Continuous Improvement team.

  • Assist in the selection of personnel for the team
  • Prepare and execute the workshop to ensure that everyone has the required skills
  • First point of contact in case anyone in the team has any doubt related to the process

Continuous Improvement 4


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