Tenacity 改善

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Is there any wonder that tenacity begins with TEN?

If we practice tenacity, we grab with our ten fingers and don’t let go, not until it’s done.

This reminds me of Kaizen (改善), Japanese for “improvement”, or “change for the better” – the philosophy or practices that focus upon continuous improvement.

One must practice Tenacity (with a capital “T”) if you sign up for agile development. The goal is never right around the corner, and the met goal breeds another, yet unborn goal, continuously.

Tenacity is definitely a must-have if you’re a product professional.

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UConn MBA - GO Lady Huskies! UGA Mom, quasi geek, techno-catalyst, NPDP, PrdMktg, reads Campbell & Covey, black belt from Hoshido. Loves sunrises; believes sunsets are promises.
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