In the 1980’s, concepts like "kaizen" caught on. Now there's a new word for English speakers to adopt. Japanese businesses use the word “chowa” -harmonious partnership- to encompass a way of doing business. As with all untranslatable words, it is best understood through examples.
In the global fight to eradicate hunger, it’s the small, local details that make the biggest change. Smart Like, keeping the tractor moving in a straight line.