kaizen

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kaizen

(ki'zen?) [Japanese kaizen, improvement]
Management of inventory stock and work processes in industry, adapted to health care institutions.
Synonym: continuous performance improvement
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1, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Getting the best price on a certified preowned Volkswagen vehicle just became a lot easier thanks to the Red Tag sales event going on now at Santa Barbara Volkswagen.
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com and exiting companywide promotions such as the Red Tag Event, said Nick Twork, a spokesman.
In the red tag method any item that is not considered useful or necessary is marked with a red tag, dated, initialed, and moved to a designated red tag area (sometimes called the "junk yard").
Grayling like flies with a touch or red or a red tag on them.
A portion of the proceeds from the August Red Tag Sale were earmarked for Go Red at participating Flooring America stores nationwide.
announced its ``Red Tag'' discount, which allows buyers to pay a fixed maximum price advertised on the Internet and on red tags at dealerships.
Amie is currently a blue belt and is working towards the red tag standard under the coaching of father Patrick, who has just received the Tae Kwon Do Association of Great Britain award as coach of the year.
A spokesman said yesterday: "Under law all wild salmon caught by rod and line anglers must have a blue tag while salmon caught by drift net at sea should have a red tag.
A red tag means that the building likely requires extensive repairs.
The red tag in his ear marks him as a first-time offender: a Colorado bear's equivalent to being booked and fingerprinted.