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|Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Japanese term or phrase: kaizen|
|A japanese business term for constantly improving.|
|You have it right. 改善 or simply "Kaizen" in romaji.|
This is a TOYOTA term/philosophy. It means there is no such thing as perfection, only constant improvements. In my experience, it is always written in English, and used as both a noun and verb.
"This process is too slow, it should be Kaizen'ed."
"Lets make one second Kaizens to this process."
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