13 December, 2013

1-4-9 value delivery: There are no "little things"

Call it what you call it; the butterfly effect, accumulation, Kaizen.. etc.

 The thing is: the tiny teeny things you do- good or bad- add up on the long run to make huge results

We all know the term "Kaizen": a Japanese philosophy that means continuous improvements; millions of tiny improvements over decades to make massive consequences

"Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things, I am tempted to think there are no little things"

Amplification is accumulation but in a scalable system, so that one small improvement is multiplied over time and over a large scale – like the ripple effect (in algorithmic way)

= Making small modification to a duplicable/multiplicated system over time