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5 Continuous Improvement Ideas Smart Professionals Can Learn from Jony Ive

Smart professionals understand the importance of great  continuous improvement (CI) ideas. And Jony Ive has lots of great ideas for professionals who care. Really? 

 

“Who is Jony Ive?” you may ask. Don’t stop reading now…

 

Jony is the Chief Design Officer at Apple. For example, he designed the Iphone, Ipod, and apple watch just to name a few of the products. In other words, Jony has changed the world—or the way  the world views product design. Therefore, Jony has some excellent CI ideas to teach. 

 

In fact, serious professionals should study Jony’s work, and steal some of this continuous improvement ideas. Why is that? Simply put, Jony’s continuous improvement ideas can help employees grow, stay ahead, and become linchpins.

 

Since you are reading this post, I can already tell that you want to learn, grow, and master your craft. Without further ado, let’s jump into some of Jony’s continuous improvement ideas.

The 5 Continuous Improvement Ideas

Allow me to use Jony’s own words to break the lessons down for you. 

 

#1– “There’s no learning without trying lots of ideas and failing lots of times.”

#2– “We shouldn’t be afraid to fail; if we are not failing we are not pushing. 80% of the stuff in the studio is not going to work. If something is not good enough, stop doing it.”

#3– “If you are truly innovating, you don’t have a prototype you can refer to.”

#4– “What we make testifies who we are. People can sense care and can sense carelessness. This relates to respect for each other and carelessness is personally offensive.”

#5– “Designing and developing anything of consequence is incredibly challenging.”

 

Now, this is important: “What can you do to make these CI ideas work in your favor?”   

 

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The coach
Coach Teddy Edouard develops Continuous Improvement(CI) processes and systems to help individuals and companies increase productivity, reach peak performance, maximize their impact, and save time, resources and energy.

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