8 Major Forms of Waste in Organizations

This course will prepare employees and or Organizations to identify waste within their respective environments.
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  • Lectures 16
  • Length 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 1/2016 English

Course Description

Every Organization has waste in it, Infact as much as 75% of daily operations in any work environment can be hidden wastes or of no value. It is through the complete elimination of these major forms of Waste that a company can experience increased throughput times, lower inventory, shorter lead times and more efficient use of Company assets. This course will prepare employees and or Organizations to identify waste within their respective environments. We will also look at an overview of some basic methods of eliminating each of these forms of waste. Students will also receive Professional Development statement for taking this course and certification of completion.

What are the requirements?

  • Students are not required to know anything prior to taking this course, it is comprehensive enough to understand the 8 major forms of waste.
  • There are no prerequisites

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Know what the 8 major forms of waste are in Organizations
  • Understand the 3 Origins of waste Muda, Muri, Mura
  • Learn to Identify forms of waste in your organization
  • Be Introduced to basic methods of removing Waste
  • Teach others what waste is in a Business environment

What is the target audience?

  • Operations Employees
  • Lean Practicioners
  • Continuous Improvement Specialists
  • Production Employees
  • Business Professionals
  • Individuals looking to gain skills that will get you noticed in your Job.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
00:46

This module will introduce you to your coach and give you a brief overview of what the course will talk about. Lean Strategies International clarify's that the course is on the 8 major forms of waste and why everyone should be able to identify them.

Section 2: Overview of the 8 Forms of Waste
11:37

Students will learn what the 3 origins of waste are in this lecture.  Students will also learn what the 8 major types of waste are.

3 questions

Students will be tested on their retention of Information shared in the overview of waste.

10:08

Students will learn about the three classifications of work that all activities can be placed in.  Additionally they will learn how to identify VA, NVA, BVA.

5 questions

This quiz will test students on their retention of the three classifications of work.

Section 3: Stand in the circle - Ohno Activity
06:01

In this Section Students will be given an activity that was first practiced by Taiichi Ohno himself, the project is intended to develop students minds to See waste.

Section 4: The Waste of Transportation
05:25

 Students will learn the specifics of the waste of transportation.  They will also see examples of transformation waste and will receive some of the more common solutions used in mitigating the waste of transportation.

Section 5: The Waste of Inventory
06:34

  In this section students will look at the waste of inventory in detail.  They will also be provided with examples of the waste of inventory and general solutions that they may be able to use at their organization.

Section 6: The Waste of Motion
03:53

  Lean Strategies International LLC will share some examples of the waste of motion and some of the more common solutions used in reducing the waste of motion.

Section 7: The Waste of waiting
05:08

in this section students will learn details about the waste of waiting.  Lean Strategies International LLC will share examples and solutions with students too.

Section 8: The waste of Overprocessing
06:36

In this section we will look at the waste of overprocessing through a lense, looking at the details of this form of waste.  Lean Strategies International LLC will also share some of the more common solutions for students to consider.

Section 9: The deadly waste of Overproduction
08:10

 In this section students will learn the details of Overproduction.  Lean Strategies International LLC will share examples and general solutions for the waste of Overproduction.

Section 10: The waste of Defects
08:33

This section will share the details of defects and offer some of the more common solutions associated with the waste of defects.

Section 11: The waste of underutilized resources and skills
05:28

In this lecture students will hear about what types of environments cause skills to go unnoticed.  Lean Strategies International LLC will also talk about a few solutions that can help to build a culture where skills flourish.

Section 12: 8 forms of waste quiz
6 questions

Students will be tested on there retention Of information shared in the course.

Section 13: Conclusion of the 8 forms of waste course.
03:15

Lean Strategies International LLC will share one more activity for you to perform daily that will help to further ingrain in your mind the forms of waste and plan for there removal.  

Section 14: The ABC's of Lean - Lean Terms (Appendix)
01:27

In this edition of the ABC's of Lean, Lean Strategies International LLC defines the term waste.

01:59

Lean Strategies International LLC defines the term Non-value added.

Section 15: Graduation
01:14

In this Section Students will obtain Information for recieving their certification and professional development statement from Lean Strategies International LLC.

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Lean Strategies International LLC, Solutions that ignite your power

Lean Strategies International is a coaching and Strategy Firm, that offers comprehensive Educational Services to everyday hard working employees and organizations around the world. With a coaching team that has been involved in COntinuous improvement activities for more than 10 years you can be sure that our team of Black belts and Master Black Belts will give you Quality knowledge that can truly unlock your power.


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