Good day QFO team. I am reaching out to gain perspective from you. Having spent many years working with the Japanese and within Japanese quality culture culture, it became evident that true kaizen (continual improvement) is more of a culture than a "thing" as we try to identify it outside of Japan. Indeed, in Japanese culture, continual improvement would NEVER be considered same/similar to corrective action (i.e. response to a nonconformance), but instead is a strategic or organic approach to make better that which is NOT broken. ISO 9000:2015 note 1, however, states to the contrary, "...and generally leads to corrective action..." What say all of you in regards to "continual improvement" and the demarcation between it and corrective action?