Definition:

Lean thinking focuses on enhancing the value of products or services for customers while, at the same time, optimising the use of resources for organisations.

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Lean thinking—or lean principles—benefit all types of organisations (not just manufacturers) by eliminating non-value-adding activities and processes from the workplace. Lean thinking leads to greater efficiencies, a better use of resources, the reduction of waste, lower costs, and improved productivity.


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