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Eliminating the 8 Wastes of Lean Part 2: Overproduction

Posted by Adam Tarr on Jun 1, 2018 12:39:51 PM

Defining and Defeating Overproduction Lean Waste

For most businesses, overproduction is viewed as a the worst kind of waste. It unnecessarily consumes time, effort, money, materials and resources that could have been better spent elsewhere, and leaves your organization with the burden and logistics of dealing with excess inventory.

More so than any other Lean waste contributor, overproduction has the ability to overshadow all other problems within your organization. [1]

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Topics: 8 wastes of lean, overproduction