As many of us work from home using Zoom conferencing and the phone, there has been a lot of concern about how to keep our social contacts and our work teams intact. If we are all working remotely in our own homes and using the internet to communicate, how can we continue to hold the […]
by Tom Richert with Joanna McGuffey “Courage is the main quality of leadership.” – Walt Disney This past year LeanProject has been providing people with an experience designed to help them enhance their capability to be present and engage others toward enthusiastic commitment for professional growth and team achievement. The program integrates the latest understanding […]
Link to a United Rentals Project Uptime article mentioning LeanProject.
Lean Conversations reports on a workshop that immersed a group of artists in the fundamentals of Lean for three days, during which they conversed with some of the leading thinkers and practitioners of Lean and toured the Toyota factory in Georgetown, Kentucky. The workshop yielded important insights that address essential questions regarding how leaders can better […]
Making the Last Planner® System Work on your Next Project: What We’ve Learned from Two Decades of Practice – Thursday, October 5, 2017, Waltham, Massachusetts Tom Richert and John Draper will be presenting this full-day workshop, drawing up on their observations using and coaching teams using the Last Planner System these past two decades. This experience […]