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Ingin jadi lebih baik
« on: 25 October 2017, 11:24:11 AM »
Akhir-akhir ini saya tertarik lagi buat baca-baca artikel buddhist. Lalu menemukan web ini, mendownload salah satu e-book nya dan sudah membacanya, tujuannya supaya jadi lebih baik.
Semoga tidak hanya pengetahuannya dan pengertiannya yang didapat, tetapi juga dapat mempraktekan dalam kehidupan sehari-hari  _/\_

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Re: Ingin jadi lebih baik
« Reply #1 on: 26 October 2017, 10:13:39 AM »
Selamat datang di forum DC... semoga anda mendapat manfaat.
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Re: Ingin jadi lebih baik
« Reply #2 on: 29 November 2017, 06:46:20 AM »
negara Jepang setelah kalah perang...PD2...maka mereka menerapkan sistem....

The Japanese word kaizen simply means "change for better", with no inherent meaning of either "continuous" or "philosophy" in Japanese dictionaries or in everyday use. The word refers to any improvement, one-time or continuous, large or small, in the same sense as the English word "improvement".[5] However, given the common practice in Japan of labeling industrial or business improvement techniques with the word "kaizen", particularly the practices spearheaded by Toyota, the word "kaizen" in English is typically applied to measures for implementing continuous improvement, especially those with a "Japanese philosophy". The discussion below focuses on such interpretations of the word, as frequently used in the context of modern management discussions. Two kaizen approaches have been distinguished:[6]
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