Project Kaizen

Bringing the power of continuous improvement to the project setting

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Kaizen Is a Numbers Game

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It’s been almost two years since Tom Peters claimed kaizen was dangerous. Now Silk and Spinach takes up the opposition, Kaizen Considered Harmful.


“Kaizen frees the hands of the innovator. And to think that sloppy processes can support rapid innovation is dangerous advice, Tom.”

As Norman Bodek says, “Kaizen is a numbers game.” The companies that embrace continuous improvement will eventually rise to the top. Learn more about taking small steps.

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