• Top 4 Construction Accident Statistics

    Needless to say, the construction industry is badly broken and needs fixing. How does the industry rise up and meet the challenges of customer demand for higher quality, improved profitability, and the shortage of skilled workers? The first step is to cast aside the not invented here syndrome and embrace a time-tested manufacturing solution -the Toyota Production System-commonly called Lean. Why should construction company managers even consider Lean as a way to improve their business? Here are some eye-opening facts about the U.S. construction industry: 60% to 85% of construction time is spent waiting or fixing mistakes The average construction

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  • Construction Insurance – Importance and Coverage

    Needless to say, the construction industry is badly broken and needs fixing. How does the industry rise up and meet the challenges of customer demand for higher quality, improved profitability, and the shortage of skilled workers? The first step is to cast aside the not invented here syndrome and embrace a time-tested manufacturing solution -the Toyota Production System-commonly called Lean. Why should construction company managers even consider Lean as a way to improve their business? Here are some eye-opening facts about the U.S. construction industry: 60% to 85% of construction time is spent waiting or fixing mistakes The average construction

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  • The ABCs of Effective Constructive Feedback

    Needless to say, the construction industry is badly broken and needs fixing. How does the industry rise up and meet the challenges of customer demand for higher quality, improved profitability, and the shortage of skilled workers? The first step is to cast aside the not invented here syndrome and embrace a time-tested manufacturing solution -the Toyota Production System-commonly called Lean. Why should construction company managers even consider Lean as a way to improve their business? Here are some eye-opening facts about the U.S. construction industry: 60% to 85% of construction time is spent waiting or fixing mistakes The average construction

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  • Lean Construction – If Not Now, When?

    Needless to say, the construction industry is badly broken and needs fixing. How does the industry rise up and meet the challenges of customer demand for higher quality, improved profitability, and the shortage of skilled workers? The first step is to cast aside the not invented here syndrome and embrace a time-tested manufacturing solution -the Toyota Production System-commonly called Lean. Why should construction company managers even consider Lean as a way to improve their business? Here are some eye-opening facts about the U.S. construction industry: 60% to 85% of construction time is spent waiting or fixing mistakes The average construction

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