Brian’s hideout

Brians pages are not maintained any longer. The information you find here was written by Brian some years ago and is kept here as a service for you – but we have no plans or means to update or maintain those files at the current moment.

Brian has been working with different types of efficiency customization a long time. He started this site back in 2011 when he first wrote the manifesto (which quickly became a well known and much used book in the industry). He ran the site for almost two years between 2011 and 2013. Nowadays, he is working with video production. Up-to-date he has done over 23.000 hours of vidematerial for more than 230 happy customers! If you want to read more about his current work, go to (opens in new tab).

Fast forward to September 2017: Fredrik found the site during a search for “Small Business” & “kaizen”. He found the site and the content very appealing and wanted it back to life – and so SmallBizKaizen changed ownership 🙂

To give you a hint of this sites history, here are the original “About”-page written by Brian in 2011:

What its all about
If you do things well , do them better. Be daring, be first, be different, be just” – Anita Roddick, founder of  The Body Shop.

Small Biz aims to provide inspiration and motivation for the general business audience to take up Continuous Improvement principles for application in business and life situations.

As we now live in an increasingly connected and web-centric world, Continuous Improvement Process, as a discipline, needs to adapt and embrace the power of web 2.0 related tools and today’s technology.

This blog shares  practical and easy to understand information about using Continuous Improvement (CI) as a central part of any business strategy.

Kaizen, is a Japanese word meaning “Change for the Better” and centered on creating measurable, incremental improvements which altogether, make a difference and contribution to the bottom line.

At Small Biz Kaizen we  like to use new media such as  podcasts, screencasts, videos , blog posts and discussions to share information relating to Continuous Improvement for your business.

We hope you not only enjoy the content on this site, but more importantly go and do something about it.

Continuous Improvement (CI) in a modern business world allows a business to:

  1. Identify and implement opportunities that add value to a business
  2. >Improve customer satisfaction, an enabler for sustainable and profitable growth
  3. Improve processes & systems thereby increasing productivity and efficiency
  4. Motivates people through meaningful engagement ,awareness and recognition
  5. Affords  innovation and renovation an optimistic chance
  6. Achieve  business objectives.