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work-in-process

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  • There were racks and multishelved carts and bins on wheels – all filled with unfinished materials, what was known as work-in-process inventory, or WIP.

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  • There were racks and multishelved carts and bins on wheels – all filled with unfinished materials, what was known as work-in-process inventory, or WIP.

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  • There were racks and multishelved carts and bins on wheels – all filled with unfinished materials, what was known as work-in-process inventory, or WIP.

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  • There were racks and multishelved carts and bins on wheels – all filled with unfinished materials, what was known as work-in-process inventory, or WIP.

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  • Because, Bobby, if you did everything that WING told you to do, you would scarcely be able to walk through the aisles, there would be so much work-in-process inventory piled everywhere.

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  • Inventory, as a set of numbers, includes all of our raw materials and work-in-process – all the money that we intend to transform into throughput.

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  • Huge quantities of work-in-process inventories were exactly what Lean was supposed to eliminate.

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  • Yet work-in-process inventory was nearly the same as at the start: thirty-one at the concluding turn, as opposed to twenty-eight at the beginning.

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  • Gone were the Lean supermarkets, as these temporary storage areas for work-in-process were no longer needed – the reason being that WIP only accumulated where it was supposed to, which was in front of the Drum.

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  • I thought Lean was supposed to reduce work-in-process inventory.

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