Gemba Kaizen: A Commonsense, Low-Cost Approach to Management

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Mcgraw-hill, Mar 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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When it comes to making your business more profitable and successful, don't look to re-engineering for answers. A better way is to apply the concept of kaizen, which mean making simple, common-sense improvements and refinements to critical business processes.The result: greater productivity, quality, and profits achieved with minimal cost, time, and effort invested. In this book, you discover how to maximize the results of kaizen by applying it to gemba--business processes involved in the manufacture of products and the rendering of services--the areas of your business where, as the author puts it, the "real action" takes place.

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This book’s interesting title spawns from the Japanese language, which serves as the nomenclature for the essential concepts conveyed in this text. This book communicates the concept of management ... Read full review

Gemba kaizen: a commonsense low-cost approach to management

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In this sequel to his popular business/quality management book, Kaizen: The Key to Japan's Competitive Success (1986), Imai offers a step forward--continuous improvement (kaizen) applied to the ... Read full review

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