The 7 Waste Monsters That Kill Business (Video)

Brad Fagan

These 7 waste monsters hang around your organisation and wreak havoc often without you ever realising it.

This is a strange thought when one considers that these 7 wastes can be doing alot of damage but remain unnoticed.

That's because with all the people, procedures and deadlines within organisations, it's easy to miss the problems which are really harming us.

The good news is, after you identify these 7 wastes, which this video helps with by giving a face (monster) to the waste name, then you can work on limiting their impact in your organisation and getting a better ROI.

These are the 7 waste monsters:

  1. Transport
  2. Inventory
  3. Motion
  4. Waiting
  5. Over-production
  6. Over-processing
  7. Defects

Watch now to find out more about the 7 waste monsters and how to deal with them:

 
 
 
 
 
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 The second part becomes your strategy and if you don't have one, we'll help you find that too starting with the process mapping infographic below.

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Written by Brad Fagan

Brad joined Triaster in 2016 as our Content Marketing Executive hailing all the way from Middle Earth (the film version, not the book) – New Zealand. Brad’s video skills soon resulted in new weekly Triaster videos and his individual touch in some of the Connector and blog articles. In June 2018 Brad moved to Germany with his wife Lynn.