Kaizen Forms guide and support directed behavioral change -- for individuals, groups and organizations. We include below a sampling of the research that influences how we build our Kaizen Form Templates.

Note that the resources below are primarily focused on individual change -- but be aware that organizational change, at its root, is about changing individual behavior. 

If you want to improve your health -- diet, conditioning, stress level, or become more organized and productive -- we connect you to respected research and credible books that support both effective form design and how you approach behavioral change. For a small sample check out:
For groups and organizations we rely heavily on the social cognitive theory and self-efficacy research of Albert Bandura and those who have followed him.

Kaizen Forms support step-by-step, incremental behavioral change. BJ Fogg explains in the video the power of Tiny 
habits





And 
Robert Maurer describes The Kaizen Way
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