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The Waste Walk

Dec 13, 2021 | 2 min read

Ghost Walking? Nah… Waste Walking

In nearly every town you will find a Ghost walk, where they offer an eerie night of history and mystery to capture the imagination and inspire the mind.

They always recount that their walk is the genuine walk, the authentic walk, the magical walk, however, if you really want a walk where you will find something interesting, try the Waste Walk.

The Waste Walk is nothing more than gathering a team together and taking that team on a Process Walk to identify and eliminate the 8 wastes of Lean.

Lean methodology involves the identification and elimination of waste and to help focus efforts in this area, Lean practitioners developed a list of 8 key points which establish the most likely areas where waste will occur. See our 8 Wastes of Lean Infographic to find out more.

So how do you walk the Waste Walk?

But don’t forget to actually walk the process. For real!

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