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Kaizen : How to Apply Lean Kaizen to Your Startup Business and Management to Improve Productivity, Communication, and Performance (Lean Guides with Scrum, Sprint, Kanban, DSDM, XP & Crystal), Paperback / softback Book

Kaizen : How to Apply Lean Kaizen to Your Startup Business and Management to Improve Productivity, Communication, and Performance (Lean Guides with Scrum, Sprint, Kanban, DSDM, XP & Crystal) Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

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It feels good to envision your startup's success, isn't it? But have you ever thought about the work required to make it happen?

Managing a business is never easy, but you can turn the daunting job into something more bearable. Find out how with the help of this book Kaizen: How to Apply Lean Kaizen to Your Startup Business and Management to Improve Productivity, Communication, and Performance.

Inside, you'll discover:

  • The numerous applications of kaizen
  • The secrets behind effective kaizen use
  • The best ways to hone and tap teamwork in a startup
  • The seven types of waste in a business process
  • An efficient root cause analysis
  • The origins of kaizen
  • And so much more

Once you learn about kaizen's English translation, you may assume that it's another buzzword from the self-help industry. Before you doubt its efficiency though, you should know that the concept was from a management guidebook of a successful Japanese company.

Is kaizen applicable in managing a startup in another country? The short answer is yes. It's not that simple though. You have to let go of some old notions and embrace new ones. This book will open your eyes to the said beliefs.

This book touches on many topics such as correcting mistakes, eliminating waste, generating ideas and boosting employee morale. Sure, you can find plenty of free advice on how to carry out those tasks. However, it's rare to encounter an approach that's applicable to all of them.

One of the best things about this book is how it highlights teamwork. Kaizen, as a management approach, is quite distinct for how it regards people. Nowadays, you can set up a business on your own. Sooner or later, however, you're going to need help. There's too much rave about outsourcing. Yet, success is more attainable if you have trustworthy and efficient people helping you in each big step you take.

So, what are you waiting for? Click Buy and discover a better way of managing your startup!

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