Lean Construction Institute of Canada’s 2017 training day and conference took place in Toronto May 3 – 5
Once you go integrated project delivery (IPD), it’s hard to go back. That’s the message learned by delegates attending Mike Moffatt’s lecture billed as IPD Experiences from a Canadian Subcontractor at the Lean Construction Institute — Canada (LCI-C) conference held in Toronto recently.
Lean Warrior Talks Collaboration in LCI-C Keynote
A self-described lean warrior with tremendous credentials in lean construction south of the border going back years, was well-chosen to address the topic of lean construction: past, present and future at the Lean Construction Institute — Canada (LCI-C) conference held in Toronto recently. Lawyer, professor and construction consultant Dick Bayer made a convincing case to delegates that constructors resisting the lean movement are dinosaurs. “There is a great line by Colin Powell that says, ‘if it ain’t broke don’t fix it is the mantra of lunatics, lazy people and cowards,’ ” said Bayer.
Lean and Keen In Saskatoon: A Community of Practice Case Study
Lean construction disciples Karen Chovan, Ron Cruikshank, Murray Guy and Heather Morgan brought Saskatoon-style energy to a panel presentation at the Lean Construction Institute — Canada (LCI-C) conference held in Toronto recently, delivering an anecdote-laden clinic on how to successfully launch a Community of Practice (CoP).
Trust-based Teams Build Better, Says Miller
Award-winning author and futurist Rex Miller says the way most construction projects are carried out now drives good people to do bad things.