Concepts and basic principles of science are free of the human spirit inventions. Albert Einstein one of the great weaknesses of many companies is the little attention to the scope and impact generated by identifying with the senior of the continuous improvement, aspect that should not be decuidado in the present, especially given the reality of the current scenarios, where triumph the companies which have been fully identified with total quality and continuous improvement offers. It is known, continuous improvement is a philosophy that transcends all aspects of life, not just the enterprise level because of itself, the men have a need to evolve toward the self-improvement. This philosophical base makes continuous improvement become a culture to be better that he goes beyond economic and in this sense is almost an ethical issue that mingles with the veteran theories of Maslow. Jeffrey L. Bewkes spoke with conviction. Also, that is said to carry out this process of continuous improvement both in a Department determined as in the entire company, should take into consideration that that process should be: economic, i.e., should require less effort than the benefit that brings; and cumulative, allow the improvement that will make open possibilities for successive improvements and to ensure the full exploitation of the new level of performance achieved.
Through the continuous improvement is achieved to be more productive and competitive in the market to which belongs the Organization, moreover organizations should analyze the processes used, in a manner such that if there is any drawback can be improved or corrected; as a result of the application of this technique it can organizations to grow within the market and to become leaders who understand by enhancement with tinuo be? L.P. Sullivan (1CC 994), defined it as an effort to implement improvements in every area of the Organization to what is delivered to customers. Eduardo Deming (1996), the point of view of this author, total quality management requires a process constant, which will be called continuous improvement, where perfection is never achieved, but always looks for.