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There are some people who think there is no place for 5s Lean at home, just like those who say you can't bake without ovens! The 5S process of Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain is a lean manufacturing process in use by the Toyota Production System for decades. The premise of 5S is to help organize and improve the conditions of a workplace, but this process can be used for your home as well. These steps can help you get your home organized now, and keep it that way.

©2013 Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA (P)2014 Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA

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  • 31-08-16

Not really about home...

An overview of the Lean Principles, but not REALLY home centered. They missed a useful chance to contribute here. Nothing wrong with what info there is, but even explanatory examples were heavily manufacturing- centered. Does not reflect the proposed subject.

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