Monthly Archives: February 2013

How to Reduce Rework Waste

How do you reduce rework? Here is the simple answer: Doing things right means doing them right the first time.

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What is Over-Production Waste?

Whenever you produce more than you need, you are creating waste. One typical symptom for over-production is inventory waste. One type of waste which goes hand in hand with over-production is over-processing. I will discuss this later. Over-production is making

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Changing my blog schedule

To my regular readers: I’m changing my schedule. From now on I will post on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

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How to Measure and Reduce Motion Waste

How do you measure motion waste? On a large and medium scale, time and distance are good measures. On a small scale, distance alone should suffice. For mental motion, count the tasks you are performing per hour and multiply the

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You Can!

An even shorter definition of self-empowerment than the one I shared with you earlier: You can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will. (Stephen King) Have a look at more posts about self-empowerment.

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