“A Field Walk” is a Q&A-style series that features Lean practitioners sharing insights on their journey as well as advice on securing buy-in, tips for implementation, and more. As our community is built for shared learning, we trust you’ll find value from reading about their experience and examples. This week we talk with Jennifer Lacy,…
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!
Persistent problem solving using Lean solutions in the construction industry. Field Driven Lean’s Brian Winningham explains problem solving as a team effort.
Jason Schroeder of Elevate Construction delves into the use of The Last Planner® System in combination with Critical Path Method or Takt planning.
This month we’re kicking off a regular blog feature called, “A Field Walk With…” This Q&A style series will feature Lean practitioners sharing insights on their journey as well as advice on securing buy-in, tips for implementation, and more. As our community is built for shared learning, we trust you’ll find value from reading about their experience and examples.
Here we highlight 3 Lean Construction influencers with podcasts you have got to hear – Learnins N Missteps, Elevate Construction, and the EBFC Show.
Construction superintendent duties often include being the eye of the hurricane, or the calm in the center of the storm sometimes called a construction project. Thomas Hardy of the Skiles Group explains 5 ways you can be the eye of the hurricane. 5 Ways You Can Be “The Eye of the Hurricane” No construction project comes easy, but some…
Lean Tools such as pull planning, constraint management, and visual communication boards will help in the implementation of The Last Planner System. Lean construction expert and author Keyan Zandy explains.
Last Planner System implementation in construction can be incredibly challenging. That is why Lean expert and author Keyan Zandy recommends that construction teams start small with Lean implementation instead of trying to take on too much too soon. In this piece, Keyan explains how the Daily Huddle is a great first step in the Last Planner System implementation in construction.
Lean Planning is something we in the construction industry can learn some lessons from the mission planning of the Army Rangers. Brian Winningham of Field Driven Lean explains.
These are 3 main Lean time management take-aways according to Keyan Zandy from the book, The Art of the Builder – Elevating Construction Superintendents.