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#BarcodingEF8 Video of the Week: Continuous Improvement Workshop

Mar 6, 2019
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Welcome to this week’s #TBT! This is the fifth installment of our Video of the Week series looking back at panels and events from our 8th Annual Executive Forum. Missed the last video about cloud-native manufacturing software? Feel free to catch up here.

Today’s Video
This session was hosted by Peter Zalinski, a Supply Chain Architect at Barcoding, Inc. with over 20 years of experience in the industry. He led attendees through an interactive presentation all about Continuous Improvement and using scientific thought processes to maximize your company’s productivity.

Think about Continuous Improvement like an arrow aimed at a target. Once the arrow is shot, it looks like it is flying straight towards the bullseye, but in a slow-motion video, you can see that it wobbles up and down as it moves forward. However, if the arrow was well-aimed, it will hit the target. Continuous Improvement works the same way: “It is not a straight line path to success. It is a process to get you to success,” Zalinski says.

Continuous Improvement and the Scientific Method
In order to achieve Continuous Improvement, it is important to think and make decisions with your goal in mind. In this workshop, Zalinski explains how the Scientific Method can be used to achieve your goals and experiments, even if they don’t involve beakers and Bunsen burners. Like any good scientist, you have to ask questions, learn from past experiences, and try new things to keep your business running as smoothly as possible.

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You can watch the full video to see the session in its entirety and learn more about making Continuous Improvement part of your company culture:


Stay tuned to the Barcoding Blog for next week’s #TBT! In the meantime, feel free to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram to keep up-to-date with us and our #SupplyChainGeek friends!

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