Father of Continuous Improvement

When we start talking about Continuous Improvement (CI), people of often thinking about learning the culture and methods to turn an inefficient system into a life and continuously improved itself. It is totally fine to go about learning those methods and culture of CI, but with the power of a little history of CI, the impact we made will likely more deep and explosive.

History is important in order to forge a path for the future. The only way to improve ourselves in the future we need to know of our past mistakes and successes. This time, we will take a look at a great living man which became a piece of history in CI because of his effort to spreading KAIZEN philosophy all over the world even way before Lean introduced in the well known book “The Machine That Changed The World”.

In the video below, he who is well known as the father of CI will elaborate the meaning of KAIZEN.

DEFINITION OF KAIZEN BY MASAAKI IMAI
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  1. Pingback: 4 Quick and Cheapest Ways to Effectively Learn about Kaizen | Continuous Improvement Blog

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