Kaizen: Lost in Translation

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About the author:

Jun Nakamuro

Jun Nakamuro has endorsed to coach the Taiichi Ohno method of TPS and Kaizen beyond Toyota. Since 2007, he has undergone extensive training in Japan and received certification following the TPS guidelines officially approved by Taiichi Ohno in 1990. Ohno’s most successful protégé, Hitoshi Yamada (Canon, Sony, NEC, and others), has recognized Jun’s achievement and endorsed him as a successor to Ohno’s TPS principles. Jun specializes in realizing the transformation of Management Process, Leadership Mindset, and Technical Innovation in a simultaneous manner. . See Jun’s full profile at LinkedIn.

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