Kaizen is a term that refers to on-going or continuous improvement. The definition of kaizen comes from two Japanese words: ‘kai’ meaning ‘change’ and ‘zen’ meaning ‘good’. The Japanese philosophy was first introduced by Toyota back in the 1980s and has since been adopted by thousands of companies around the globe. This lean transformation encourages an improvement culture that gradually increases quality, efficiency, and profitability.
( 改善 )KAIZEN - Steps of Continuous Improvement Our company began last month to implement a japanese business philosophy / practice which promotes the idea of constantly improving our manufacturing, business practices, relationships with client, workers, partners, and problem solving. Our intern Héctor Prats just made this graphic for us to hang on the wall. We decided to share it with you! Design by Héctor Prats www.behance.net/hectorp
Wood print hangs in seconds and seems to float in front of the wall Birch plywood print is 1/4 inch (6mm) thick with rounded corners Wood grain may be visible through print With wooden rear spacer, print stands 3/4 inch (2cm) away from the wall Mount directly to the wall using included 3M tabs No nails, screws, or holes in the wall required
Continuous Improvement Kaizen Kanji Posters and Art Prints What material is this item made of? Expand or collapse section. Gallery quality, 100% cotton rag. Ultrachrome archival inks for rich, long-lasting color. Trimmed for framing with a 1 inch border. Learn More » What USA ship methods are available? Expand or collapse section. Standard (5-8 Business Days) FedEx Air (4-6 Business Days) Estimates include printing and processing time. More Shipping Info » What is the Return/Exchange policy?…