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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Apparel, Homeware & Consumer Goods operate under renowned regional brand names such as Red Tag, Twenty4 and Gulf Mart.
As consumers grow cost conscious and continue to hunt for bargains, please comment as to how Red Tag fits in the picture?
When I finally got around to reading the red tag, here's what it said: "After the pipe is screwed in, use the locking screw provided to lock the pipe onto the main support.
FLY BOX Cow Green: Zulu, Red Tag, Black and Peacock Spider.
Red Tag is a chain of Value Fashion for women, men, kids, babies and home ware that offer a world of choice and an enjoyable shopping experience at an unbeatable value.
Red Tag currently operates more than 45 stores across the GCC and is part of BMA International Group.
com and exiting companywide promotions such as the Red Tag Event, said Nick Twork, a spokesman.
The initiative comes on the heels of A&P's introduction of Red Tag Online Savings, the first paperless and completely digital coupon service available by a supermarket chain in the New York City metropolitan area.
After their hands are thoroughly washed, inspectors have an inspection sheet that is divided into two parts: red tag items, which pose the greatest threat of foodborne illness, and blue tag items, which pose little or no threat to food safety.
3M, a technology company, and AGI Polymatrix, a MeadWestvaco Corp subsidiary, have announced a partnership under which 3M will market Polymatrix' Red Tag DVD and CD security solution to libraries.
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.