16:19 Jul 31, 2000
German to Slovenian translations [Non-PRO]
German term or phrase: Kaizen
This term is used in management

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5nenehno izboljševanje
na -1continuous improvement
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continuous improvement

This is a Japanese term used commonly in manufacturing. It refers to an approach of perpetual, incremental improvement. A search on Altavista or Google should yield lots of results; it was a popular manufacturing buzzword in the late 80's/early 90's.

Oh, and you'll have better luck asking questions in the right language pairs.

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disagree  dkalinic: It's "nenehno izboljševanje" in Slovenian.
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nenehno izboljševanje

Beseda Kaizen prihaja iz japonščine, menim da se vprašanje nahaja v napačni rubriki.

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