Kaizen



[kahy-zen] /kaɪˈzɛn/

noun
1.
a business philosophy or system that is based on making positive changes on a regular basis, as to improve productivity.
2.
an approach to one’s personal or social life that focuses on continuous improvement.
/kaɪˈzɛn/
noun
1.
a philosophy of continuous improvement of working practices that underlies total quality management and just-in-time business techniques
noun

Japanese for continuous and incremental improvement, a business philosophy about working practices and efficiency; improvement in productivity or performance
Word Origin

Japanese ‘change for the better’

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