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The Value Stream Mapping Process

A useful tool to check a process for inefficiencies

The Value Stream Mapping Process — abstract illustration
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Value stream mapping is a useful tool to check a process for inefficiencies — in much the same way a radiologist checks an X-ray for anomalies in the body.

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Sorin Dumitrascu

Sorin Dumitrascu

A trainer, business consultant and author specialised in human resources, project management, computer literacy and career development.

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