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Paul Akers is a lean enthusiast, CEO of FastCap and author of 2 Second Lean. Paul blogs about Lean Culture.

Paul Akers is a lean enthusiast, CEO of FastCap and author of 2 Second Lean. Paul blogs about Lean Culture.

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Frank Coln is superintendent at Skiles Group and Chairman of Dallas LCI CoP. He blogs about the Last Planner System.

Frank Coln is superintendent at Skiles Group and Chairman of Dallas LCI CoP. He blogs about the Last Planner System.

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Have you been on a project where workers are standing around with nothing to do or areas on your project ready to go with nobody around and all you hear are crickets chirping? This is caused by variation in production which simply means you have inconsistent processes, and you will always end up with inconsistent results. See more at:    #Lean #LeanConstruction

Have you been on a project where workers are standing around with nothing to do or areas on your project ready to go with nobody around and all you hear are crickets chirping? This is caused by variation in production which simply means you have inconsistent processes, and you will always end up with inconsistent results. See more at: #Lean #LeanConstruction

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Want to learn more about the Last Planner® System? Check out this collection of several blog posts:

Want to learn more about the Last Planner® System? Check out this collection of several blog posts:

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Emmanuel Daniel is PhD student at Nottingham Trent University.He blogs about the history of the Last Planner System.

Emmanuel Daniel is PhD student at Nottingham Trent University.He blogs about the history of the Last Planner System.

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When company leaders are confronted with the prospect of changing to a Lean Project Delivery approach they will undoubtedly say, “Show me the data.” The implication is that if the data is there to support the implementation of Lean then they will get behind the change. #Lean #LeanConstruction

When company leaders are confronted with the prospect of changing to a Lean Project Delivery approach they will undoubtedly say, “Show me the data.” The implication is that if the data is there to support the implementation of Lean then they will get behind the change. #Lean #LeanConstruction

In addition to tackling these wastes with typical lean processes such as the Last Planner System, 5S, Value Stream Mapping, etc., how can you leverage technology to reduce waste? Below are six categories of technology that you should be looking at. #LeanConstruction #Lean #BIM

In addition to tackling these wastes with typical lean processes such as the Last Planner System, 5S, Value Stream Mapping, etc., how can you leverage technology to reduce waste? Below are six categories of technology that you should be looking at. #LeanConstruction #Lean #BIM

Meet the contributors | Eric Ahlstrom is Lean Leader & Senior Manager at Amgen. He blogs about Lean Transformation.

Meet the contributors | Eric Ahlstrom is Lean Leader & Senior Manager at Amgen. He blogs about Lean Transformation.

I have to keep reminding myself, and others, that the goal in fact is not perfection. The goal is continuous improvement on the way to perfection. Yes that is a basic tenet of lean, but it is surprising how continuous improvement gets clouded or even blocked by the quest for perfection.   #Lean #LeanConstruction

I have to keep reminding myself, and others, that the goal in fact is not perfection. The goal is continuous improvement on the way to perfection. Yes that is a basic tenet of lean, but it is surprising how continuous improvement gets clouded or even blocked by the quest for perfection. #Lean #LeanConstruction

Want to learn more about the synergy between Lean and BIM? Check out this collection of several blog posts.

Want to learn more about the synergy between Lean and BIM? Check out this collection of several blog posts.

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