Kaizen (Ky'zen), the key to Japan's competitive success

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Random House Business Division, 1986 - Business & Economics - 259 pages
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Excellent book about continuous improvement whether in a corporate environment or on a personal level. Kaizen is about continuous improvement. Quality should be encouraged from top & implemented from bottom. It's success is coming from both directions working together for the common goals. This book provides a understanding of Kaizen concepts like analytical approach, & PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act). Very relevant for today!  

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Interesting and easy to read - also fairly easy to apply in any context. The author seems to have a bit of an "anti-westerner" axe to grind but as you continue reading, I think you will see why. Read full review


KAIZEN The Concept
1 The KAIZEN Umbrella
7 Deming Wheel

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