12 Women in Continuous Improvement You Should Know
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Sunday March 8 was "International Women's Day" and the 2015 theme couldn't have been any more appropriate for the work we do at KaiNexus, and what our customers do -- #MakeItHappen.

Lean and continuous improvement practices help people and organizations make improvement happen, so in honor of International Women's Day, we wanted to highlight some women who have made a difference (and, in most cases, still are making a huge difference).

In no particular order, the women in continuous improvement you should know are:

  1. Lillian Gilbreth
  2. Joan Wellman
  3. Tracey Richardson
  4. Natalie Sayer
  5. Cindy Jimmerson
  6. Helen Zak
  7. Mary Poppendieck
  8. Kim Barnas
  9. Karen Martin
  10. Margarette Purvis
  11. Clare Crawford-Mason
  12. Gwendolyn Galsworth


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