Remembering Greg Howell

It’s impossible to have known Greg Howell and not been influenced in one way or another. Greg’s quiet, self-deprecating style, sense of humor, and fearless self-confidence allowed him to challenge the status quo like few have been able to do – before or since. When he asserted years ago that “Project Management is broken” in […]

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Essential Conversations for Project Success

In our current environment the ability to navigate change and work remotely with your team is more important than ever.  Teams need to reinvent the way work is happening in order to deliver successful projects in the current environment of uncertainty.  Teams that have the right conversations thrive in environments of uncertainty and change. LeanProject […]

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Building a Lean Culture Interactive Course Offering

Lean design and construction practices require that members on a project team work together in an environment of trust, ambition, resolution, and common care. This environment needs to be cultivated through the development of a shared team identity focused on a common meaningful purpose for delivering the project. This course integrates project experiences with research exploring […]

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Making Up for Lost Time

The pandemic related economic slowdown is impacting building projects in a variety of ways. Reports from projects across the United States include delays related to manpower shortages and additional physical distancing measures to complete shutdowns due to state or local mandates. Project starts have been delayed, by as much as six months, given present uncertainties. […]

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