Kaizen : The Word for Contiguous Improvement


Many apologies to solve the hardest problem in short parts, for that we can distribute the work in several team , we can find the tools to solve the problem . We can relate the problem with old basics but what if problem is not going to be vast and tuff . We will finally choose some epidemic approach which is quit complicated. In Japanese, They use to say “Kaizen” where (“kai”) means “change” or “the action to correct” and (“zen”) means “good”.

It says a long time process with several solution. Somehow problem might be hazy and bit roughly but solution wouldn’t complicated. Lets take the example of Warehouse of automation industry. Automation is kind of locomotive industry where every time updates comes rather from manufacturing unit or its a final touch on product. IF in the mean time something goes wrong from Manufacturing unit. In that case Kaizen aims to eliminate waste. Its a daily activity, the purpose of which goes beyond simple productivity improvement. It is also a process that, when work done correctly, humanizes the workplace. There are some CEO’s , who like to work with these kinds of process like Jeff bezos, Steve job, Steve bellmer. They use to relate with low to mid tier and from mid-tier to top level of company. It is also called as Constant and Never Ending Process for improving the business environment.


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