The practice of “kaizen,” or continuous process improvement, began as post WWII Japanese industry sought to improve its efficiency. A chief feature of kaizen programs is the idea that improvements come from continual experimentation with process changes  and ongoing suggestions for them from grass-root worker suggestions. RELATED: Beaumont Health System is One Step Ahead  A kaizen-based program was introduced by Beaumont’s administration five years ago, ...

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