Discipline, order, neatness. These are all excellent qualities, but most of us refuse to run our lives with discipline. We revel in disorder and chaos. And we pay a heavy price as a consequence.
People often say, "I want to keep all my things in their proper places, but no matter how hard I try, I fail." Some ask what could possibly go wrong if they did not arrange things in order.
This book provides the answers to such questions.
Everything has its place. Household articles, bookshelves, office files, equipment - they all have their place and order. If we don't follow a proper routine in putting back things where they came from, we naturally cannot find them when we need them desperately.
Its all so simple, really: just follow your good old dad's advice to put things back where you found them in the first place.
The Japanese have made a fine art of putting into practice this old precept, thereby saving enormous time and money in industrial activity.
5S represents five formulas the Japanese have devised: Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, and Shitsuke.
Many organizations and individuals the world over have implemented 5S and benefited from it, saving millions of dollars.
These formulas are essentially simple. You don't need any prior training to understand them or practice them.
Neatness, orderliness, and cleanliness are habits we must form. 5S is a must at home, school, or in the workplace. Try 5S. You will experience the marvel of tiny drops growing into a flood.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
Whoever speaks the language the book was read.
Has 5S turned you off from other books in this genre?
Now before I buy one, I have to make sure is in English or Spanish, don't speak any other
Any additional comments?
Not much of a review since I do not speak the languge
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Book is useless to me - description on book is in English yet when I went to listen to it, it is in some other language. Useless to me. Book could be good?