What is Kaizen?
BY GRAPHIC PRODUCTS EDITORIAL STAFF
Developed in Japan just after World War II, Kaizen has been a popular and successful management philosophy that is used by many major Japanese and domestic companies to help facilities attain efficiency and production goals. Literally translating to: “good change,” in an industrial sense it is the constant search for small changes to correct imperfections.
When Kaizen is properly applied, employees from the CEO to the assembly line worker are motivated and being to operate as a cohesive unit. For more information on how to increase profits and implement Kaizen, visit GraphicProducts.com.