Daily huddle rules are essential if you want your huddles to be productive and your trade partners engaged. Lean expert and co-author of The Lean Builder, Keyan Zandy, describes 7 rules your should implement in your daily huddles to increase the productivity of your meetings and your jobsite.
Learn to conduct a Lean Daily Huddle at TheLeanBuilder.com! Use our resources of blogs, tips, case studies and more to learn from leading Lean experts in the construction industry.
A construction daily huddle meeting can easily go off track if you have an attendee who happens to have the gift of gab. Lean expert Joe Donarumo explains how to keep your meetings on topic and offers up a few tips on how to manage those “Sheldon Coopers” in your group.
For the best daily huddle ideas in Lean construction, The Lean Builder is your premier source. Today’s tip is on the power of starting and ending your daily huddles on time by Lean expert Joe Donarumo.
A Lean Daily Huddle is a great replacement for the boring meetings of old. Learn how to flip the script and have an effective meeting with Lean principles.
Use these free daily huddle template cards to get you started on the road to Lean Construction. Lean expert Keyan Zandy explains how to make the most of them for your daily huddles.
In our latest Daily Huddle Tips blog, we’ll be discussing why your team should stand during the Lean Construction daily huddle meeting.
Daily Huddle Tip – Make your meetings a “no phone zone.” It’s hard to remember a time in our business before cell phones. When Motorola’s i530 Yellow Rugged Walkie Talkie flip phone came out, I remember thinking what a gamechanger that level of connectivity would be to our business. When I was able to access…
If you’re still not sold as to why you need a daily huddle, please read this post: “Why Huddle,” and see if we can’t change your mind. If you have switched to a daily huddle, then this blog hopes to help you accomplish keeping it short.
There was something that felt more “team” about arranging our meetings this way and, as the years passed, I continuously sought out more ways to continue to nurture that atmosphere. Eventually, I evolved past those weekly, protracted subcontractor meetings to a daily huddle. If you are wondering “why huddle?” here are a few reasons…