This aimed to create a system of continuous improvement in quality, processes, productivity, management, and technology. This concept soon became popular across the country and contributed to the country’s success on the global market.

In 1986, Masaaki Imai’s introduced Kaizen to the rest of the world through his one of the bestselling books, named,

Kaizen: The Key to Japan’s Competitive Success.

Impact of Kaizen in the real world

Kaizen is a philosophy which can be applied in all spheres of our lives, be it our working life, social life or life at home. Implementation of Kaizen assumes that there is always scope for improvement and one should not be completely satisfied with one’s previous achievements and thus strive for better.

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