Lean Thinking 5 (Five) Principles-Creating Steps Flow

Principal Three (3)
Makes Value-Creating Steps Flow
Flow is the step-by-step flow of tasks which move along the value streams with no wastage or defects. Flow is a key factor in eliminating waste. The idea of flow is fundamental to Lean (Agile) production. Waste is a hindrance which stops the value chain from moving forward. A perfect value-stream should be one which does not hamper the manufacturing process. All the steps from the design to the launch of the product should be coordinated. This synchronization would help to reduce wastage and improve efficiency. Again, customer satisfaction is the main consideration to make the value flow. It is important to consider the customer and or business demands and the time of the demands needed to become a successful IT project.

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