Learn About KANKETA = Your Journey in Balance
KANKETA WORLD VISION
KANKETA DEFINING MISSION
We transform small businesses into high performing companies
By ensuring that all Kanketa certified companies maintain the latest and highest standards of the products and services they provide for the clients they serve through the
of their owners, business leaders, employees and shareholders
All else follows.
Say what you do. Do what you say.
Have honor for others Along the way.
All Else Follows.
12 Guiding Principles of Kanketa
|Maintain a Flat Organization||Market for Potential|
|Achieve Financial Balance||Invite Relationships Negotiate Orders|
|Make One Profitably||Satisfy Every Transaction|
|Make One Error-Free||Keep Customers for Life|
|Make Many Efficiently||Lead from the Center|
|Lead People Manage Things||Safety First. Profit Second|
KANKETA GLOBAL SYSTEMS is the worldwide licensing and certification bureau for all Kanketa practitioners. Kanketa is the only known professional small business management program that produces a specific, measurable financial improvement in all eight departments of a small company while holding it in balance to avoid slippage.
Mike Wolf founded Kanketa from the knowledge he learned in his own “crucible” of small business ownership. The journey began in 1965 in Milwaukee leading to what is today the 12 guiding principles of Kanketa. At the time, it was painfully apparent that the purity of Kanketa that worked so well for the Japanese and other Asian countries would demand Westernization. Over the last 52 years, Mr. Wolf owned twenty-three companies of every type, size and description. He made his businesses his experiments and documented case studies. His employees were the trial and error people who helped along the way to prove out the various systems and processes. During that time, he served as a consultant and speechwriter to the CEOs and senior executives of over 300 of global Fortune 1,000 companies. In all those years, he was privileged to work side by side with 72 top executives of those companies as they contributed tirelessly and willingly to what ultimately became today’s global version of Michael’s Kanketa methodology. While the Kanketa management system works for any type of company, it was always primarily intended for owners of small businesses with 1 to 30 employees. Its methods and practices are making tremendous differences in the lives of small business owners throughout American communities and in other countries as well.