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Value Stream Mapping

Perhaps the most valuable lean tool is a value stream map, a flow chart that details every step of a process, and can help pinpoint waste. Learn more about value stream maps in the Quality Progress article: http://asq.org/quality-progress/2006/06/lean/value-stream-mapping--an-introduction.html

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