How to Think Lean-Agile for Continuous Improvement

How to think lean-agile for continous improvement with Andreas Odhage Force Agile AS and Louise Persson Web Manuals
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on email

Recent Web Manuals Posts

How to Think Lean-Agile for Continuous Improvement

We sat down with Andreas Odhage, a consultant and expert in how to think lean-agile for continuous improvement. Andreas has worked as an international ISO lead auditor and emphasizes, “working with lean-agile means ISO 9001.”

His specialty lies within building a sustainable continuous improvement culture within an organization. It is important to understand that thinking lean-agile for continuous improvement is a survival skill for all organizations in today’s world.

In the webinar, Andreas Odhage answers questions such as:
– What are lean-agile processes?
– What is important when building a management system?
– Why are tools important?
– How do you engage employees to think lean-agile?
– How do you eliminate waste?

Book a demo below to find out how Web Manuals can be used as a tool for quality management and continuous improvement.

Feel free to reach out to Andreas Odhage at andreas@assurgo.org if you are interested in his services or have any questions about how to think lean-agile for continuous improvement.

Krister Genmark Web Manuals Document Management System

Book a Demo Now!

Let us answer all your questions and find out why Web Manuals document management system is right for your operations.