Lean success stories are often overlooked as we tend to focus on the negative – targets missed, goals unmet, etc. However, it is important to celebrate our successes. Read on as we highlight some of our Lean success stories.
Creating a Lean culture in your company can pay dividends for years to come. Let us help you on your Lean journey with blogs from the leaders in Lean at TheLeanBuilder.com!
In Part 3 of our series on the Construction Trade Partner Daily Huddle, we will discuss each area of our system of planning boards and how they are used.
As a Lean coach, there are a handful of strategies you can employ to help you strike the right balance without having to commit to one mode of leadership.
In my first blog on this series, I covered a bit about my introduction to Lean Construction, planning boards, huddle tools, and topics for small projects. In today’s blog I’ll share some key components and aspects of our Large Project huddle.
Work Smarter, Not Harder sums up what Lean Construction is all about. This blog relates a childhood story that taught a very valuable life-lesson about working smarter.
Find out how Lean construction professionals across the industry cultivate time for deep work, which is uninterrupted time with complete focus on a given task.
A Trade Partner Daily Huddle is the subject of this three-part series led by Lean Six Sigma Black Belt & Founder of Valueadd Lean, Michel Handfield. Part 1.
Welcome back to the blog series where we will illustrate how Takt and Last Planner® work together to support the creation of flow on projects. In this blog post you will learn about the production laws in a Takt-ed system.
Whether you’re currently practicing Lean construction or are trying to adopt it within your company, here are some tips to help direct your efforts to achieve quantifiable benefits for your business.
In Part 2 of How & Why to Level Work in a Takt-ed system, Lean influencer & podcaster Jason Schroeder describes in detail the meeting system in Takt Control.