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.
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.
5 Challenges for Lean Implementation will help explain the reasons why Lean may be failing on your construction jobsite. Lean expert and author Keyan Zandy explains. 5 Challenges for Lean Implementation – 5 Reasons Lean Is Failing on Your Jobsite I’ve made many mistakes on my Lean journey, but the most considerable detour has involved…
Lean construction principles & methods have the potential to transform your jobsite into a well-oiled machine with all your trade partner being on the same page and in sync. Here are 3 keys to unlocking Lean in the field.
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.
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.
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.