Role Conflict Between Innovation And Culture Of Continuous Development

Innovation is the process of coming up with something new with an objective of improving the existing idea .It is viewed as putting in place better solution that will meet new requirements, market needs and articulated needs in the community. On the other hand the culture of continuous improvement is routed upon three critical elements such constant improvement methodology and enabling technology. Innovation is powerful because it has a upper hand in affecting the culture of continuous improvement in the society. When we narrow on health industries we directly come hand in hand with how innovation has influenced continuous improvement in those health sectors in the community. Most health sectors such as Virginia Mason medical centre, which has employed innovational system schemes with an aim of improving the hospital [Marutschke, 2011].

The many innovation in Health care industry is slowly but surely becoming more agile, cost effective and more efficient in of terms of operation, making the patients who come for help get the right and effective services. This urge of being efficient and fast in delivering services to the patients has drastically led to advancement in operational equipments hence leading to great advancement in improving the health centers and improving the condition of the community, for example things like 3D Printed  Biological materials which has been used in many nations to solve health issues in the society. Moreover, it has been used in the community as 3D printers from guns to models of empire state building [lean innovation].

Innovation has greatly led to changes in technology in the community and more so in the health centers. The society should have many innovators to come up with various ways of improving the existing ideas so as to solve  current problems such as cancer treatment which has been a disaster since time in memorial.The world should engage in more of innovation through the government creating innovational centers in their countries and also encouraging the youths to think and work towards innovation [lean innovation].

Work cited

(Lean Innovation, 2011).

Marutschke, D. (2011). Continuous improvement strategies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.