Where do 7 Wastes (TIMWOOD) fit in the Toyota Trilogy of Wastes (Muda, Mura, & Mira)?

In the early 1950s, Eiji Toyoda and Taichi Ohno of the Toyota Motor Corporation visited the Ford River Rouge Complex in Dearborn, Michigan. They subsequently defined three different types of waste – Muda (waste), Mura (unevenness), and Muri (overburden) – that impact the flow of products and services and upon their return to Japan waste elimination became a key focus of the Toyota Production System (TPS).

The objectives of this Webinar are to uncover:

  • How the three wastes (Muda, Mura, and Muri) influence each other.
  • Where the 7 Wastes (TIMWOOD) fit in the Toyota definition of waste.
  • How waste reduction (Mura) can generate new wastes (Mura & Mira)
  • Examples of different wastes and their potential impact on your operational and administrative processes
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