Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Over overprocessing

In the context of our digital world, where we can reach out and touch (or annoy) people at any time, think briefly about this example of the waste of over-processing.
Just because we CAN send a note to "all" does not mean we SHOULD send a note to "all."
Keep learning.


Brian Buck said...

If I could REPLY ALL with my note of "Thank you" for this post, I would.


Great post!

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Cost Reduction said...

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joeelylean said...

"Learning about Lean" is about understanding a method called Lean. Lean is a way of thinking and doing things that aims to eliminate waste and improve efficiency. It originated from Japanese manufacturing practices but is now used in various industries worldwide. By learning about Lean, people can discover techniques to streamline processes, reduce costs, and enhance quality. It involves principles like continuous improvement, respect for people, and focusing on customer value. Learning about Lean can help individuals and organizations work smarter and achieve better results.