The Science of Constant And Neverending Improvement (CANI or Kaizen カイゼン)

As someone who’s been around in business for a while now, I’ve understood it to be true (almost by osmosis) that the principle of Kaizen was instrumental in helping the Japanese industrial economy recover and succeed after the end of World War Two.  As most of us know, Kaizen is the philosophy and science of constant and never ending improvement (CANI), or betterment or refinement.  It’s the idea that nothing is ever finished, or declared perfect; there is always room for improvement.   Continue reading “The Science of Constant And Neverending Improvement (CANI or Kaizen カイゼン)”