Muda are activities and results to be eliminated. Muda is often referred to as ‘The Eight Wastes’ and here at Clarity, we talk about TIM WOODS:
T – Transport – Moving people, products & information
I – Inventory – Storing parts, pieces, documentation ahead of requirements
M – Motion – Bending, turning, reaching, lifting
W – Waiting – For parts, information, instructions, equipment
O – Overproduction – Making more than is IMMEDIATELY required
O – Over processing – Tighter tolerances or higher grade materials than are necessary
D – Defects – Rework, scrap, incorrect documentation
S – Skills – Underutilising capabilities, delegating tasks with inadequate training
There are two types of Muda that are literally called Type-1 Muda and Type-2 Muda. In both these types its something which fails to add value to the customer:
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