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Performing at a higher level with less resources and ‘lean thinking.’ Are key components of lean manufacturing.
The quest to continually avoid or limit or reduce ‘muda’ waste or non value adding activites are key components of lean manufacturing. The Japanese use the word “muda” for the later. The principles of lean manufacturing can be applied to all components of the value chain including design, manufacturing, distribution, and client service.
This process was invented by Taiichi Ohno , Toyota executive after WW2 and was required during the reconstruction period in Japan.
5 steps have been crafted for undertaking lean manufacturing. Although these principles are easy to understand and remember they are often more difficult to put into practice especially if they are required to be applied across a broad range of people.
The principles of Kaizen are linked into the lean six sigma training. In this course key components are discussed including:
For information please refer to the lean six sigma course.
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