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continuous improvement

noun [U]
 
 
WORKPLACE
the process of making regular small changes and improvements to the products, services, etc. of a company rather than a few big changes: The paper outlined the company's strategy for continuous improvement. A policy of continuous improvement means that every employee must be focussed on doing their job in the most efficient way. →  Compare kaizen
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