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Continuous Improvement Manager

Continuous improvement managers monitor and improve organizational processes with the aim of making them as efficient as possible.

Research and analysis feature heavily in this role, as continuous improvement managers map out all workflows, remove waste and low-value activities, and recommend solutions.

Guided by formal kaizen methodologies, they then take the lead in implementing changes, acting as leaders, managers, and mentors throughout different areas of the organization.

Responsibilities

  • While a continuous improvement managers tasks depend on where they work, there are several core responsibilities associated with this role. Based on our analysis of job listings, these include:

  • Analyze Business Processes
    Before continuous improvement managers can drive change across the organization, they first analyze existing business processes using various methods such as gap analysis or PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act). This allows them to find opportunities for improvement as well as losses, which they troubleshoot further to determine root causes.

  • Develop Strategies
    Continuous improvement managers act as internal consultants, developing short- and long-term strategies for the organization and incorporating Six Sigma, Agile, and other practices. Their goal is to facilitate progress and reduce costs, both in terms of sales and workflow inefficiencies.

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