In this webinar, we will explore WHY we need to experiment with new ways to get work done. Virtual Big Rooms are an effective means for training, onboarding, coordinating work, holding people accountable to deliver on promises and improving workflow. We will take you on a journey and show you what we have learned.
We all know that lean is based on building trust, collaborating and relationships. When backed in a corner we do the best we can with what we’ve got and discover that by experimenting we can establish effective the Virtual Relationships needed to work in a spirit of trust and collaboration to get the right work done.
Some of the areas that I explore include:
- Working remotely while sharing information in real-time
- Releasing and handing off work to the next person
- A team health score
- How to create visuals
- Organizing stickies that really work
Murray Guy - EcoSmart, Shift2Lean
Murray Guy is an innovative, out-of-the-box thinker who is undaunted by failure has a sense of urgency in driving to reach his goals and openly challenges the world around him. He loves to windsurf and is passionate about reducing the environmental impact of buildings. He believes that we can eliminate enough waste with lean project delivery to deliver NetZero projects at no additional cost.
Murray has launched three successful companies, Integrated Designs a high-performance building consulting and commissioning company that he sold last year, a NetZero home building company EcoSmart Developments and Shift2Lean a lean consulting firm. Murray has experience in 10+ lean projects as a Project Manager. He is a founding member of the Lean Construction Institute – Canada and took a lead roll in developing the Lean Project Delivery Certification Program, which is managed by Shift2Lean.
Earn AGC-CM Lean Continuation Education Credits
AGC recognizes this webinar as quality Lean Construction content and it qualifies for 1.5 hours of AGC CE credit. All attendees can forward the receipt of the webinar to AGC and have the webinar count towards renewing their CM-Lean certificate.