Kaizen. This method of continuous improvement in quality is used in all business areas. It was originally a Japanese management concept as part of the Toyota Production System. The word is taken from the Japanese kais (change) and Zen (good). Kaizen assumes that every aspect of our lives deserves to be constantly improved and strives to involve everyone. 5S is part of the kaizen framework.
Kaizen Lessons Learned & Best Practices
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