Date(s) - June 5, 2020
10:30 am - 11:45 am MDT
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Continuous improvement and respect for people are two Lean principles that are intertwined. When practiced they enable us to deliver value effectively to our customers, improving on our standards and driving innovation. During these times when our new normal is constantly changing, focusing on delivering value effectively can be challenging. Incorporating these principles through tools, behaviors and daily practices can help shift us from being reactive to the situation and instead being innovative to how we can meet the needs of our customers.
This webinar will:
- Create a basic understanding of the Lean Principles
- Identify behaviors and tools that support Respect for People and Continuous Improvement
- Provide suggested daily practices that support the use of the tools and behaviors
Tammy McConaughy, is a Senior Lean Specialist with JE Dunn Construction, where she is currently coaching and supporting teams in utilizing lean tools such as Target Value Design, Integrated Project Delivery and the Last Planner System along with lean behaviors. Ms. McConaughy began her lean journey in 2006 in conjunction with the achievement of her Six Sigma black belt and has worked in the construction industry since 2003. She is a National Instructor for the Lean Construction Institute (LCI), has presented for multiple LCI communities of practice, along with being a contributing author for the LCI and the International Group for Lean Construction (IGLC).
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