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Japanese Project Management KPM - Innovation, development and Improvement
In KPM, the essential power of project management is twofold: the creativity supported by different kinds of knowledge brought together to overcome conservativeness, and the team power across the organization.(kaikaku).

What can we learn with this project management framework?
Is this framework widely adopted in Japan?
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Feb 06, 2020 3:01 AM
Replying to Alexandre Costa
Hi Elok,

I am a big adept of kaizan, I think in the end we all are , we should always continuos improving. Did you know that there is a learning institute of kaizan, I am meditating if getting a certification in kaizan will be of great value or not for me.

Dear Alexandre
The Kaizen Institute, in Portugal, only provides training for people from companies in which they have consultancy interventions
Feb 06, 2020 12:34 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
That is fascinating - it sounds like Kaikaku is much more of a revolution but preserves the principle of respecting where you start from which Kanban asserts.
Hi kiron,

I think your point of view is very good.
"kaikaku" has a stronger will and power than "kaizen".While “kaizen” respects harmony, “kaikaku” focuses on achieving the goal.
And "kai/?", a character common to "kai-kaku" and "kai-zen", means "modification".
What I mean is that we can't "modify" without a solid foundation.
In that sense, "destruction and creation" are different in nature.
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