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Fundamentals of Continuous Improvement

What is Kaizen?

Kaizen, meaning "change for the better", is an approach for continuous, incremental improvement in manufacturing and management. It advocates for efficiency and effectiveness enhancements through regular, small changes.

Origin of Kaizen

Developed in Japan in the 1940s, made globally famous by Toyota.

Principles of Kaizen

  • Continuous improvement
  • Involvement of all employees
  • Understanding customer needs
  • Data-driven decisions
  • Prioritizing quality

Goals of Kaizen

Improvement of operational processes, increased employee engagement, optimization of procedures.

For more information on the Kaizen method and its application in Industry 4.0, please visit our articles.

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