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3 Key Behaviors for Personal and Leader Standard Work

“Support of top management is not sufficient. It is not enough that top management commit themselves for life to quality and productivity. They must know what it is that they are committed to — that is, what they must do. These obligations cannot be delegated. Support is not enough: action is required.” – Edwards W. Deming


7 Challenges That The Construction Industry Faces and How Lean Construction Can Help

Despite the importance of construction in our lives and the global economy, the traditional construction system still has several shortcomings. There are 7 main challenges facing the construction industry nowadays.


Productivity Monitoring Of Construction Activities Using Digital Technologies

According to a McKinsey report [1], construction is one of the biggest industries in the world, being responsible for 13% of the global Gross Domestic Product, and yet, even when outside of crises, it does not perform well.


The Power of Building a Culture of Learning and Creating an “Unbreakable” Chain of Learning

The most impactful leaders know that high performance is both an outcome of what we break – and what we build. They know the power of what the right chains produce.


Embodying Lean - how to be a catalyst for positive transformation

Every one of us wants to be connected to purpose. We want our knowledge, our creativity, and our energy to be in service of something that matters. We want our actions to be catalysts for positive transformation in the world.


Inclusion: Transforming Non-Used Talent

We focus on time frames, deadlines, schedules, milestones, influencers, important stakeholders, and so on. These business realities are incredibly important and help drive decisions needed to address concerns and progress.


Recognising Your Main Assets Are Your People

Every Monday morning groups of two people from the Project Teams were given a specific daily task to observe for an hour and report on the waste identified during that time. Using the prompts from TIMWOODS, they would record what they observed on a Waste Walk sheet.


Leader Standard Work (LSW) - how we optimize our use of time

The term “Leader Standard Work” is a mouthful. So, let’s call it what it is. It’s a practice to structure one’s time so that it is intentionally in service of their highest and best use.


What is Digital Waste and How to Get Rid of It?

Removing digital waste begins by identifying it. Digital waste is the quantifiable negative impact of inefficient processes and lack of secure data interoperability between systems within the project delivery ecosystem.

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