Sometimes we do far more than we actually need to.
One example is the good old cup of tea; think about how easy it is to fill the kettle, ask round the office, make two cups and let the remainder of the water go cold.
Most people understand there’s a cost involved in boiling the water but there are other, less obvious “wastes” here…
How long did you wait for the kettle? Did you have to pop out for milk? Do we boil water from cold? Could we have a tea machine?
Thinking of smart solutions to often unseen costs and impacts is exactly where we can help. Not the same old answers with the same old results!
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