I am finally taking the step to resign from work to focus on our company full time. At this moment, we are getting ready to slice up the images for the Vietnamese to work on. They will translate it to XHTML for Harshad and our new intern to work on. This Saturday Kam and I will have to go to SJSU to interview our new intern which codes in Java.
I have picked up a new methodology called the Kaizen. Kaizen is actually used in Toyota to better their problem solving skills. You might take more or less of what I think and read on it. Thanks to network marketing in the past (I suggest you guys never start…), they had taught me how to utilize the Kaizen methodology.
Kaizen means ‘mini improvements’ or ‘improvements by babysteps’. I truly believe in this because at the pace of us at right now, any improvements is golden. One difference about Kaizen is that it teaches us how to get the product out fast with minimal changes. Until the product is almost out, we can go back and correct on things. Most methodologies will partake a different approach; by completing step one then review, then to step 2. Kaizen does it in a whole so time is not wasted then we will edit upon the completion of the project. Now, it does NOT have to be completed. This method had been for Toyota for 60 years in Japan and currently being used still for their cars.
JM and Monte will be leaving tomorrow night, flying out in the AM the next day. I will work closely next week before Thanksgiving with Khalid to have him finish the design. Taking that design and doing one last revision before taking off to SGN. Kamneel will work closely with Harshad and Kevin to make sure they get the functionalities of the page.
I hear that SGN changed a lot. Will be uploading pictures when I arrive. So far, I have changed the landing pages to LaunchRock and did a little changes here and there to make it simple.
We are almost finalizing our design and will keep you in touch with whats next!
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