Lean Insights - Review the book "The Ten Commandments of Taiichi Ohno", By Yoshihito Wakamatsu

Over-production can lead to various wastes other than inventories. Increasing in-process stock, waste of movement and wastes of transportation all add up quickly. Truly value-added work comes from having just enough of the right material, at the right place, at the right time. This is what Toyota calls “just in time!”

Do More with Less?

“The key to doing more with less isn’t about working longer, faster, or harder,” says Hale. “It’s not about just doing more. It’s about doing more of the right things and finding ways to renegotiate or reprioritize less critical tasks. It’s about working smarter, not harder.”

Remote vs. On-Site Work: What’s It Gonna Be?

Working remotely has always been the most popular choice among tech specialists and other digital nomads. This type of employment has countless benefits. It drives flexibility and enables a more balanced lifestyle. During the past year or so, we have embraced it as a necessity rather than a perk. However, now when the world seems to be recovering, we are back at square one: remote vs. on-site work is once again a topic worth discussing.