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2011 National Public Health Improvement Initiative (NPHII)
Grantee Meeting

Atlanta, Georgia
March 30 – April 1, 2011

Modular kaizen

Speakers: John Moran, PhD, Senior Quality Advisor, PHF

Description:Modular kaizen is a process to address the need for continuous improvement within Public Health's highly interruptive environment. All the components of an effective kaizen event are planned; however, the activities are scheduled in small chunks that fit the rapidly changing calendar of team members and subject matter experts.
This session provided an overview to the Modula kaizen model of c-a-P-D and the tools most commonly utilized such as the Impact and Disruption Matrix, Force and Effect+ca diagram, the House of Modular kaizen, and SIPOC+CM diagram.

Modular kaizen

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