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The PDCA method - driving continuous improvement and incremental growth


Enterprises today are using advanced technologies to accelerate digital transformation. But the full potential of technology can’t be leveraged until processes that foster continuous improvement are implemented. Employees are central to business growth. So, unlocking ways to achieve continuous workplace productivity is a crucial factor to achieve business goals. The plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle is a 4-step cycle that helps organizations unlock continuous business productivity for long-term growth.

July 27, 2023


PDCA (Plan-do-check-Act) model - an antidote for workplace productivity barriers

A report suggests that higher productivity levels can result in 21% higher profits. But multiple productivity barriers including multitasking, unproductive meetings, and poor planning, etc. can impede this growth. PDCA model or Plan-do-check-model can help business leaders set up process improvements in place that allow for continuous improvement.

"What is the PDCA model?"

The PDCA Cycle is a four-step problem-solving method known as Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA). This methodology was created by Dr. William Edwards Deming in the 1950s. This technique helps businesses make continuous improvements by using a feedback loop to test and refine change theories.

"How PDCA model helps in continuous improvement"

Lack of proper planning leads to the failure of over 70% of large-scale process improvement initiatives. PDCA is a useful process that could help organizations plan better and achieve desired outcomes leading to business growth. Two ways PDCA helps improve workplace productivity is through process improvement and performance management


Identify the problem or opportunity, set clear goals, and devise a strategic approach to tackle the issue at hand.


Put the plan into action and gather relevant data to assess how well it performs in practice.

Check & Act

Analyse the data collected during the implementation phase. Evaluate the outcomes of the plan and take preventive action


Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection.


Mark Twain

Benefits of implementing the PDCA cycle in the workplace

Process Improvement:

The PDCA cycle, a continuous loop of planning, doing, checking, and acting, is an ideal model for implementing new projects, enabling incremental improvements through its built-in plan, test, and feedback mechanism.

Performance Management:

The PDCA cycle brings reliability and greater efficiency to project performance, aiding in strategy development, finding gaps and enhancing planning within the teams.

Looking for ways to improve the workplace productivity of your organization? Jugl can be your partner. With Jugl’s team and employee management app hosts a broad range of adaptive collaborative features, that can improve the productivity of your team by over 40%.


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