At the core of Lean Thinking is one simple question: How can I do more with less?
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By definition, construction is a manual industry. It depends on people’s hands to do the work of bringing a blueprint to reality. And its success or failure is directly related to the level of urgency that those hands (and minds) have bought into. Forcing a sense of...read more
A culture of urgency is the fuel to drive Process Improvement forward. But when urgency breaks free of perspective, it becomes “busy-work”. And that can get dangerous on the shop floor. If you’ve come any distance down the “Lean Road”, you know that your sense of...read more
Complacency kills businesses. The problem is that we know this. We’re so scared of complacency that we push our teams to stay busy. Complacency kills; busyness wounds. Urgency is key. There are 2 kinds: False urgency needs this job done now and then the next job done...read more
Date: April 16th
The 8 Deadly Wastes
Location: Pop-Up Manning Crossing
Date: April 18th
The Winding Path Toward Culture Change – Part 2
Location: ATB Entrepreneur Centre