Tag: Continuous Improvement

  • Eat Your Own Dogfood

    Eat Your Own Dogfood

    In the practice known as dogfooding, or “eating your own dog food,” companies employ their own products internally, a method that aids in continuous product improvement and demonstrates a firm belief in their quality.

  • Just-in-Time


    Originating in Japan, the Just-in-Time (JIT) methodology emphasizes the timely delivery of goods and services. By aligning production with real-time demand and advocating for minimal inventory, JIT promotes efficiency across various sectors.

  • Self-Teaching


    Self-teaching is a self-directed learning approach where individuals independently identify, plan, and pursue their learning objectives. This process requires critical thinking, strategic planning, active learning, regular self-evaluation, and effective time management.