Over The Moon Tents likes to get it right from start to finish, from first contact and enquiry through quoting, booking, communicating, erecting, performing and removal of equipment.  We like CANI and came across it when reading Tony Robbin’s “ Awaken The Giant Within“.

“CANI” stands for Constant And Never-ending Improvement. It’s an acronym that Tony developed more than a decade ago and he was influenced by Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Dr. Deming is credited as one of the leaders who brought one of the first quality movements to the Japanese. His basic premise was that the secret to help the Japanese achieve world power and economic success was if every single person and organization commit to constant improvement.

The Japanese have a single word for “constant and never-ending improvement” and it’s called “Kaizen.” Kaizen is from the Japanese words Kai and Zen where “kai” means change and “zen” means good. Yes folks, change is good. “

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Over The Moon Tents strive to get it right and always want to hear what others think of us, our service and how we performed.  So folks, please let us know and we CANI.

CANI crew. Over The Moon Tents crew in Somerset, Oct 2008

CANI crew. Over The Moon Tents crew in Somerset, Oct 2008