Seven Waste Categories Of Kaizen Training Ppt
This slide highlights the seven categories of waste in Kaizen. The wastes listed are defects, overproduction, waiting, non-used employee talent, transportation, inventory, motion, and excessive over processing. Together they create the mnemonic DOWNTIME and are also known as Toyota s or Ohno s seven forms of waste.
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