Waste Myopia (Version-3) Poster
Available options for different sizes and print medium as well as prices given below.
Description : Attractive multi-color 11 x 17 inches and 13.5 x 21.5 inches posters in English printed on 170 GSM paper. In addition, we are also offering standard large posters of size 24 x 36 inches digitally printed on Vinyl. The posters have been conceptualised by Avinash Narula and his team.
The poster can also be made available in sizes of your choice at additional charge. Can also be made available in different Indian and foreign languages at additional charge.Also, download facility for international customers is also available so as to save on freight charges.
We can also print your company logo on the posters for an additional nominal charge. For details of various options please click on "Order ? /Options" on the menu bar.
You can also use posters to design the interiors of your workplace in a cost effective manner. Its simple and easy way to decorate your office. These posters will serve as an educational and reminder tool to all the employees in your office. In case you need assistance to do so, contact us for more details.
Lean is a philosophy that focuses on continuous elimination of all wastes within an organization. It proposes that all tasks or activities that add costs but do not add value to the products or services of the company should be eliminated. It aims at smoothening the flow of operations in a cost effective and efficient manner. It uses the skills of the workforce to eliminate all forms of waste across the company's supply and delivery chain.
Lean eliminates waste and improves efficiency. It focuses on ELIMINATE all tasks and activities that DO NOT ADD VALUE but ADD TO COSTS.
Muda, a Japanese term, refers to any activity that is wasteful and doesn't add value to the product or service of a company. This is also one of the key concepts of the Toyota Production System (TPS). According to TPS, there are three types of wastes, that is, Muda, Mura, Muri. Waste reduction is one of the most effective ways to reduce costs and increase profitability.
Muda has been given more importance than the other two types of wastes, that is, mura (unevenness) and muri (overburden).
The seven types of wastes are as follows:
2. Unnecessary transportation
An easy and interesting way to remember the 7 wastes are by the TIMWOOD.
T: Transportation I: Inventory M: Motion W: Wait O: Over-processing O: Over-production D: Defect
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