Continuous improvement implies learning


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Continuous improvement can be defined as a continuous way to repair processes that do not work or as a way to improve processes that do work. If the first and second ways are chosen it is necessary to develop the learning capacity of the members of an organization. This does not imply organizing teaching, this requires organizing learning.

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