Kaikaku is a Japanese word for 'radical change' that means complete upgrade or replacement of a system or process.


Designed by Udhaya Chandran


«change my mind»

Using Kaikaku is like setting off a bomb in the workplace. It is dangerous and revolutionary. It breaks existing paradigms and throws out old ways of thinking. Kaikaku is taking a sledgehammer to a system/process. Due to the large nature and ergo expensive nature of these changes they are normally top-down decisions. Also, Kaikaku tends to be done at a larger scale.

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