Fear of Looking Like A Beginner

One of the biggest obstacles to implementing the Last Planner System® (LPS) isn’t mastering the forms, time constraints, or even knowledge; it can be the fear of looking like a beginner. As a superintendent I initially started my use of the Last Planner System without the benefit of a coach or formal support.  I had […]

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Study-Action Teams: Learning Through the Power of Conversation

A Study-Action™ Team (SAT) is a unique approach to learning that creates an environment in which new possibilities emerge, disagreements are explored, and trust is built within a team.  A team that is engaged in the SAT process is exploring the real issues that are preventing change from happening and learning about new ways of […]

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Effective Listening for Leaders

This is part of a series of blog posts based on Language Action and how it applies to the project environment, and is based on the teachings of Fernando Flores and Chauncey Bell.  I have been a student of Fernando Flores in his Dwelling Program for the past year, and have been working and learning […]

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