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Kaizen Philosophy Explained
- Lu par : Saethon Williams
- Durée : 42 min
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Starting your own business is a vision for most people, but if you unaware of what you're doing, you can end up with a nightmare instead. A business, like a machine, needs to be correctly programmed to function and deliver the best kind of results. "Kaizen", a Japanese philosophy, has brought financial success to many companies in Japan. This Kaizen methodology of running a business relies on the central value of improvement, not as individuals, but as a company.
This book specifically explains what Kaizen is and from where it actually originated. It has a unique set of aspects regarding the Kaizen for you to better understand. Kaizen is significantly more than a world-class management practice; it is a method to expel fear from our minds, empowering us to find a way to better things. The procedure of progress begins with mindfulness and desire in our brains and, after that, prompts activity and change in the physical world.
To flourish in today's highly competitive economy, associations need to work more adequately and beneficially than in any other time. Working on developing people who are good at problem solving, expanding productivity, enhancing quality, and decreasing waste are crucial achievement elements. This guide focuses more on Gemba Kaizen philosophy rather than on an individual's personal life. Although this is a philosophy that can explain and help in all sorts of issues, its major focus is on how to improve the workplace for better results and increased productivity.
This book gives listeners a lot of information about the famous Japanese Kaizen philosophy, especially:
- What is Kaizen?
- Its three pillars
- Principles and tools
- The difference between Kaizen and innovation
In short, Kaizen helps in:
1. Seeing the waste 2. Constantly changing for the better 3. Turning a problem into a profitable venture.