Your Client is Requesting Lean: How Do You Win Their Project? Free Webinar May 7, 2020

Clients are more frequently requesting builders and architects bring lean and/or integrated practices to their projects. How do you address this request, especially when many clients are in the beginning stages of understanding lean project delivery? How do you work beyond the buzzwords and have a meaningful conversation in your qualifications package, proposal and the […]

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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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Remote Learning Programs from LeanProject

For the past two years LeanProject has been providing online video learning and coaching through its Building Better Leaders program. We’ve now added two additional programs that provide an opportunity to learn and practice leadership skills while developing new relationships with people in different markets. Essential Conversations℠ for Project Success: In our current environment the ability […]

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Book Review: The Battle for the Life and Beauty of the Earth

  The Battle for the Life and Beauty of the Earth by Christopher Alexander with HansJoachim Neis and Maggie Moore Alexander This book is presented as a revolutionary vision of the human environment, proposing that ultimately people will approach the built environment as understood to be a necessary part of our emotional and social life. […]

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