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Sustain–the Hardest “S” of All

Sustain is the hardest S of them all. This makes sense because of two main reasons. One, it encompasses all the other Ss. You should ...
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Clancy: Lean Initiative

This case study looks at the refnement of Lean practices within Clancy and the current journey being undertaken as a strategic project to standardise the ...
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What is the Lean Construction Pyramid? And how can you use it to simplify your understanding and Lean implementation?

The field of lean design and construction has been around for more than 30 years. Over time we have researched and tested many different ideas ...
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Collen Construction: Lean Initiative

The culture of continuous improvement within our day-to-day operations at Collen Construction means that our organisation continuously strives to exceed our clients’ expectations through the ...
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July – John Sisk and Son Ltd

To Be Confirmed
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Modubuild: Lean Initiative

As part of Modubuild’s Continuous Improvement campaign, we implemented a new Continuous Learning and Development division under Human Resources. The main objective of this division ...
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MEMBERS SPOTLIGHT

WD Excellence

WD Excellence specialise in supporting businesses in the BioPharma and Life Science sector. With over 30 years experience, we are experts in leading business improvement transformations in the areas of lean six sigma, operational excellence and executive coaching.

Our best-in-class model is designed to harness the potential of your employees to optimise business processes, reducing speed to market, improving efficiency and enabling right-first-time execution.

July

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UPCOMING WEBINAR

JOHN SISK AND SON LTD

PRESENTED BY:

David Bradley – Project Director – John Sisk and Son Lt

FACILITATED BY:

To Be Confirmed

OVERVIEW:

To Be Confirmed

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LATEST WEBINAR

23RD MAY: TARGET VALUE DELIVERY OF BUILDING PROJECTS

PRESENTED BY:

Glenn Ballard – Research Associate with the Project Production Systems Laboratory – University of California Berkeley