Continuous Improvement is a Lifestyle

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Stefania Di Cristofalo
Coach, Italy

Continuous Improvement is a Lifestyle

🔥NEW I do believe that everybody is much more than he thinks to be, thatís why development & improvement are to me not only a paradigm for people, processes and technologies: it is a lifestyle.
In my professional life, I've been playing many different roles in the IT world; the lesson I learned the most is: whatever situation you face, your thoughts about yourself, your believes about your context, drive your actions and build your world.
As Yoga trainer and Bio-energetic exercises conductor, I found that agility comes with mindfulness and mindfulness is the mean to connect to everything.
Thatís why I think agile and resilient organizations are those who develop everybodyís awareness as a part of a living-working-entity where collaboration rises from inspired human beings.

  Charles Alter
Consultant, United States
 

Deming Cycle is a Lifestyle

Very well said, Stefania. Your connection between an individual's efforts to be mindful and improve however they can via...

  M.Ganapathy
Manager, Sri Lanka
 

Continuous Improvement is a Life Style

I do agree with Stefania as for as an individual concern, but when we are involved in team work or when we work with oth...

  aravind
Student (University), India
 

Improvise, Adapt and Overcome

The philosophy of improvise, adapt and overcome is popularized by social media platforms and although it is often used t...

 

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