Saturn’s Hexagon Hurricane, Planned Obsolescence, and Kaizen for Continuous Improvement
Learn about a hexagon-shaped hurricane on Saturn; a Japanese philosophy of continuous improvement; and why products are only built to last for a few years.
- Why Does Saturn Have a Hexagon-Shaped Hurricane?
- Kaizen Is the 5-Step Philosophy of Continuous Improvement
- Planned Obsolescence Is Why Some Products Aren’t Built to Last
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