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Chapter 2. Incremental Thinking

Incremental thinking is appropriate when you feel essentially satisfied with the status quo and simply want modest improvements. In an organizational context, incremental thinking is the core of continuous improvement programs. Japanese manufacturers, masters of incremental improvement, call this kind of thinking kaizen.

Incremental change is step-by-step movement along the path by which you intend to reach your goals and realize your values. Each step within the current system aims at an improvement in degree.



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