Introduction to Lean Construction
Introducing Lean: Origin, Definition, and Terminology
Lean Key Principles
What is Lean Construction? Definition and Goals
Inefficiencies Addressed by Lean
Lean Construction Tools and Techniques
Lean on the Job Site: Real World Examples
Why do Lean Construction? Value Proposition and Business Benefits
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The Ultimate Guide to Lean Construction
Part 1 of the Ultimate Guide to Lean Construction provides an introduction to lean construction, discusses its fundamental principles, and dives into the business value.
- Describe and explain the fundamental terminology and principles of lean construction.
- Explain how lean principles can be transferred to industries like construction.
- Identify and explain the factors that have created a demand for lean construction.
- Identify the value proposition of lean construction and explain its business benefits.
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Course Title: The Ultimate Guide to Lean Construction: Part 1
Course Number: PC-328
Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
Credit: 1 AIA LU
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