Learning about the 8 types of waste on a jobsite is an important step in your Lean journey, because the first step to overcoming waste that will plague your jobsite is being able to recognize and identify the 8 Wastes so you can begin the work of eliminating them.
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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.
Lean Safety is the all-important plank of the 6S System. What is 6S? As an equation: 6S = 5S + Safety. President & CEO of Hilmerson Safety, Debra Hilmerson, explains the direct correlation of eliminating the 8 Wastes with improved safety.
Learning about the 8 Forms of Waste on a jobsite is an important step in your Lean journey. If you’re not familiar with the 8 Wastes, let’s start with the basics.
Construction Superintendent 2.0 is the new Lean superintendent that is replacing the old school mentality with a new mentality based on terms like collaboration, patience, respect, flexibility, and accountability.
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.
The Lean IPD Construction Superintendent is now focused on empowering trades to plan their work with the other trades to promote flow on their projects. Part 2 of this series demonstrates how Lean and IPD together are evolving the role of the superintendent.
Lean IPD – two separate methods that are transforming the way we think of teams in construction and the way the superintendent participates on the team. What has changed?