This Continuous Improvement PDCA Cycle is a continuous loop of planning, doing, checking (or studying), and acting. The PDCA Cycle for Continuous Improvement is a simple and effective approach to problem-solving and change management. Before updating procedures and working practices, the model is useful for testing improvement measures on a small scale. The PDCA method promotes both continuous improvement and Kaizen principles and practices. Kaizen mainly focuses on making small, daily changes that add to big results over time. The PDCA cycle aids in the effective management of change. Because it operates cyclically, it provides continuous improvement. Each project component will go through the same phase multiple times to ensure that errors can be corrected and the project can be adapted to the needs and requirements.