Overprocessing means doing more than necessary to produce an output, or, simply doing something better than required by the customer. Why this is waste? Doing only what is actually required helps saving manpower, processing time, and cost.

Examples:

  • Stirring longer than necessary
  • Cleaning parts multiple times
  • Creating slides with details nobody looks at

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