The Japanese word "kaizen" simply means "good change". (Kai = Change, Zen = Good) The word refers to any improvement, one-time or continuous, large or small, in the same sense as the English word "improvement". No process is ever perfect and good enough is never enough.
Kaizen emphasises working smarter, not harder, and developing best practices so that the workers well-being is looked after.
Kaizen helps to continuously improve productivity, safety, waste reduction, simplified work processes, reduced cost, improve customer satisfaction, and profits. These continual small improvements add up to significant benefits. over time. Become an adopter of new ideas and strive for continuous improvement every day. Spot where waste occurs and how to stop it. See examples of continuous improvement in practice