GA 074 | Creating a Culture of Kaizen with Ron Pereira

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In today’s episode, we’re sharing a special presentation Ron gave regarding what it takes to create a culture of Kaizen. From inspiring anecdotes to practical advice, this episode is ideal for anyone interested in Kaizen and continuous improvement.

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In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Ron’s opening anecdote (2:57)
  • What Kaizen really means (11:32)
  • The two types of Kaizen (13:27)
  • Why you need both types (15:40)
  • What a Kaizen event is (18:37)
  • What typically happens during one (22:36)
  • All about motivation (30:31)
  • Ron’s closing anecdote (37:04)

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