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Hoshin Kanri, where “hoshin” means “compass needle” and “kanri” means “management,” is a process of setting strategic goals and then working collectively at all levels to reach the agreed-upon goals. This is an element of Total Quality Control (TQC) outlined by quality guru Kaoru Ishikawa which promotes delegation of authority as a way of respecting the entire workforce.

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