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.
Visual Communication Articles, Blog, and Resources by Lean Construction industry experts. Learn the power of visual communication to drastically increase efficiency!
Here we highlight 3 Lean Construction influencers with podcasts you have got to hear – Learnins N Missteps, Elevate Construction, and the EBFC Show.
The Last Planner System in construction is an essential element in your Lean journey and using a scoreboard is a great way to visualize multiple metrics of the system as well as to help keep the team motivated. Lean expert and co-author of The Lean Builder: A Builder’s Guide to Applying Lean Tools in the Field, Keyan…
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.
Root cause analysis is another key element on your journey in Lean construction using The Last Planner® System. In this blog Lean expert Keyan Zandy explains some of the root causes for missed commitments in construction projects and also provides three tips to help you gain the maximum value from Root Cause Analysis on your jobsite.
These are 3 main Lean time management take-aways according to Keyan Zandy from the book, The Art of the Builder – Elevating Construction Superintendents.
5 pull planning best practices as explained by Lean Construction expert Keyan Zandy, co-author of The Lean Builder – A Builder’s Guide to Applying Lean Tools in the Field.
Building material delivery scheduling and tracking is an essential element of a Lean construction jobsite. Lean expert and author, Keyan Zandy explains.
Your daily team huddle should be periodically observed by a neutral party to identify what is working and what is not by using this 10 item checklist.
As field-focused Lean practitioners, Joe and I are often asked for our thoughts around the most effective way to implement Lean methodologies on a construction project. Here’s a quick “how-to,” outlining the benefits of Lean Construction tools and processes, with an emphasis on their practical application to improve communication and workflow.