Lean Definition

Non-Value Added

Non-Value Added are those actions in the workplace that the customer is not willing to pay for. Activities which are essential tasks that have to be done under present working conditions but don’t add value to the product (sometimes referred to as required waste). The desire is to either minimise these activities or introduce process improvements that would eliminate them entirely.

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