A Look at “Seek Perfection”

by Ken Snyder

“Seek Perfection” is a principle in the Continuous Improvement dimension of the Shingo Model. It is the principle that best describes that dimension because it embodies the purpose of the dimension, while the other principles in the dimension describe how to improve. This is the principle that best gets to the heart of the spirit of kaizen that it is something that “everybody” does, that happens “everywhere” in the organization, and happens “everytime” (or all the time), as Shingo Academy member Imai Masaaki sensei so eloquently explains. This is the principle which drives all of us on our quest to improve! Continue reading “A Look at “Seek Perfection””

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“Build a Learning Organization” – A New Principle in Cultural Enablers

by Ken Snyder     

Before moving on to the principles in the Continuous Improvement dimension, I want to introduce a new principle that has been proposed for the Cultural Enablers dimension. For purposes of this blog, I have named this principle “Build a Learning Organization.” Continue reading ““Build a Learning Organization” – A New Principle in Cultural Enablers”

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