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A Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement of working practices, personal efficiency, etc.‘They had heard about Stuart Ross, a veteran of the Japanese working practices of kaizen and lean manufacturing.’
- ‘Of course, the carmaker has always moved steadily forward: Its executives created the doctrine of kaizen, or continuous improvement.’
- ‘It was rather the extension to kaizen, with continuous improvement meetings providing the rituals of affirmation, that bonded employee representatives to the game of musical chairs.’
- ‘Their emphasis on quality in all aspects of production is typified by the Japanese concept of kaizen, the practice of involving all employees in the search for continuous improvement.’
- ‘I was just in Japan, where I talked about kaizen, the Japanese principle of continuous improvement.’
Japanese, literally ‘improvement’.
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