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which planning, and operations could be improved2.2 Adjust and communicate strategies to stakeholdersaccording to organisational procedures3. Manage opportunities for furtherimprovement3.1 Establish processes to ensure that team members areinformed of outcomes of continuous improvement efforts3.2 Ensure processes include recording of work teamperformance to assist in identifying further opportunities forimprovement3.3 Consider areas identified for further improvement whenundertaking future planningPerformance EvidenceEvidence of the ability to:Facilitate effective contributions to and communications about continuous improvement processesand outcomesAddress sustainability requirementsIncorporate mentoring, coaching and other support to enable people to participate effectively incontinuous improvement processesCapture insights, experiences and ideas for improvements and incorporate them into theorganisation’s knowledge management systems and future planning.
BSB51915| BSBMGT516 Facilitate Continuous Improvement Learner’s Guide | V 3.0 | Jun 2018 Pass Global Pty Ltd t/a ALTEC College |Provider Code: 22034 | CRICOS Code: 02926D Approved by: Quality Manager | Next Review: Dec 2018Page 8of 34Knowledge EvidenceThe following knowledge must be assessed as part of this unit:Explain how systems and procedures can support effective continuous improvementexplain how continuous improvement systems and processes relate to other business systems andrequirements including, knowledge management, quality, performance management andsustainability.
BSB51915| BSBMGT516 Facilitate Continuous Improvement Learner’s Guide | V 3.0 | Jun 2018 Pass Global Pty Ltd t/a ALTEC College |Provider Code: 22034 | CRICOS Code: 02926D Approved by: Quality Manager | Next Review: Dec 2018Page 9of 344. Delivery Plan Delivery is in the form of instructor‐led, classroom‐based training sessions supported by simulated learningand/or project sessions. Within the class room environment, delivery is supported by classroom‐basedactivities, tasks, lectures and structured lessons. Strategies for classroom‐based learning focus on developmentof skills and underpinning knowledge through practice, formative tasks, interaction, discussion, reading,feedback, and practical examples of the theory.Delivery ArrangementThe unit will be delivered over a prescribed period (term/semester) in a class‐room training environmentthrough a structured learning program comprising of (but not limited to) lectures, presentations, case studies,practical projects, group discussion and class‐room based activities. Delivery schedule of this unit ofcompetency is provided at the beginning of this guide. Timetables will be advised at the beginning of eachacademic term and posted on the notice board and college’s website.It is expected that training/learning sessions will incorporate group/collaborative activities and tasks that arerelevant to the learning and evidence outcomes in this unit. The emphasis of learning, where possible, will be

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