How To Use Continous Improvement To Improve Efficiency

Credit: GE Aviation
When MROs implement continuous improvement (CI) processes and are dissatisfied with the results, many leaders blame the program. But that's usually not the issue. Lack of results often stems from a lack of acceptance in the ranks. It's the human element—specifically, the buy-in and acceptance of the...

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