June 22, 2022

Changing How to Build with Hal Macomber Part 2

Hal Macomber says, “Lean is NOT a cost-cutting approach. Lean is a people development approach.” The current state of construction is changing. More and more people are changing how we build. In this continued interview, Hal shares what actions you …

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June 8, 2022

Changing How to Build with Hal Macomber Part 1

The current state of construction is changing. More and more people are changing how we build. Hal Macomber is a strategic advisor to the AEC Industry for growth, high performance, and helps teams rapidly build new capabilities. He has directly …

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May 25, 2022

Let Scrum Help Get Your Lesson Planning from 'To Do', to 'Done' with …

Howard Goldberg is an educator in his 23rd year teaching with 18 of those in Loudoun County Virginia. Currently, he teaches United States History in 7th grade and enjoys every moment of it. His search for trying to find a …

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May 11, 2022

Planning for Easier and Better Project Delivery with George Hunt

George is someone who has direct experience implementing Lean Construction on large or small projects alike. He's sharing insights about how we can make work easier, better, and faster from within our own. He directly implements Lean Construction on larg...

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April 27, 2022

Build Up Without Limits Using Solid Foundations with Walker Lott and …

The heights that can be built are a function of how deep and strong your foundations go. This episode is all about building an easier, better tomorrow today. Walker Lott and Davis Hambrick started The Laying Foundations podcast to serve …

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April 13, 2022

The Funniest Lean Guy - Jake Harrell

Do you like to laugh, and does your work involve overcoming challenges? Jake Harrell will help you shift your perspective while entertaining you with humor. Jake uses simple proven methods to reorient how the systems we work in the impact …

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March 30, 2022

Agility in Construction with Cromwel Burgos and Miljan Bajic

Cromwel and Miljan see a future in construction where individuals and teams easily adapt to the increasing levels of complexity and are on a mission to further develop the practices, mindsets, systems architecture, and culture of the construction industr...

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March 16, 2022

On Point Lean Construction with David MacNeel

Many construction projects fail to finish on time and on budget. Adopting Lean Construction principles and tactics can help. David MacNeel helps facility owners and contractors deliver major capital projects early and under budget. He has coached over 40...

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March 2, 2022

Continuous Improvement Passion with LaShira Champion-King

The unknown enables us to grow when we take on new challenges. You don’t have to leap into it alone when it comes to improving your work. LaShira Champion-King is a passionate builder dedicated to improving project delivery and has …

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Feb. 16, 2022

This is Scrum with Brian Melcher

Secret sauce is something that makes a company more efficient and adds value for the customer. Brian Melcher says, “This is Scrum.” He is the Founder, Owner, and Principal at Field Verified, the first building envelope consulting firm in Arizona …

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Feb. 2, 2022

Lean Construction Pioneer Iris Tommelein

Iris D. Tommelein is a Professor of Engineering and Project Management in the Civil and Envir. Engrg. Dept. at UC Berkeley. She focuses on developing theory and principles of project-based production management for the architecture-engineering-constructi...

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Jan. 19, 2022

Lean Program Management with Stephen Powell

Stephen Powell, Vice President of Program Management, specializes in include Healthcare Construction, Children's Hospital Construction Consulting, LEED BD+C, IP. Stephen shares the importance of understanding Lean Construction from the Owner’s perspectiv...

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Jan. 5, 2022

A Lean Culture Warrior with Jennifer Lacy

Jennifer Lacy is a Lean Practice Leader with more than 18 years in the construction industry creating a culture of collaboration, continuous improvement, learning, and leadership development. Jennifer naturally elevates others while achieving better resu...

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Dec. 22, 2021

Owner Driven Lean Construction Project Culture with John Zachara

John Zachara leads the program and capital budget management of a multiple-site acute care healthcare organization. He uses decades of project management experience to deliver a wide variety of project types including commercial, retail, hospital, clinic...

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Dec. 8, 2021

Companywide Scrum with Bill Wagner

Bill Wagner is passionate about growing business while creating great experiences for employees. Bill generates growth by applying cutting-edge best practices from the worlds of science, marketing, and economics in a way that scales into all companies la...

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Nov. 26, 2021

Construction Scrum - [BONUS] Chapter 9 Using the Scrum Guide to Make …

Want to save time and money on your construction projects? Construction Scrum can help! The "Construction Scrum" book is the first practical guide for construction professionals to implement the Scrum framework in the construction industry. My vision for this book …

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Nov. 24, 2021

The Relentless Pursuit of Innovation with Dave Cooper

Construction has traditionally been siloed, but Dave Cooper is on a mission to make all builders and suppliers better through passion. His relentless pursuit of innovation allows for connections across complex supply chains that lead others into new part...

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Nov. 10, 2021

Trust Me, Lean is the Way to Go with Pete Novaresi

Would you benefit from the owner's insights regarding making building easier and better for yourself, your team, and your company? Begin with the end in mind and learn from a general contractor turned owner. Pete Novaresi shares his takt scheduling …

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Oct. 27, 2021

Ironworker Impact with Cindy Menches, Ph.D., P.E.

Iron workers install structural and reinforcing iron and steel to form and support buildings, bridges, roads, and more. These professionals impact the built environment by performing physically demanding and dangerous work, often at great heights. Dr. Ci...

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Oct. 13, 2021

The Lean Builder with Authors Keyan Zandy and Joe Donarumo

Keyan Zandy, Chief Operating Officer, and Joe Donarumo, Senior Superintendent, authors of The Lean Builder joined guest host, Jesus (Jesse) D Hernandez Jr, The Learnings and Missteps Podcast, and Felipe Engineer-Manriquez to build out a dialogue about wh...

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Sept. 29, 2021

The Lean Tech Problem in Construction with Nathan Wood

What do you recommend for people who resist new construction technology, innovation, lean construction, or combinations of these tools and principles as problems? Nathan C. Wood knows that projects don't have one size fits all solutions or approaches. He...

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Sept. 15, 2021

Changing Construction from Within - Meredith Meyers

Meredith Meyers is a strategic business development and marketing leader experienced in architecture, engineering, and construction. Meredith is a brilliant strategist, enjoys learning, and naturally helps people play to their strengths. She is talented in developing strategies that honor the …

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Sept. 1, 2021

International Lean Project Delivery - Jason Casey

Jason Casey is an experienced Operations Director at Ardmac helping international projects deliver large, complex, and fast build construction projects including fit-out, clean rooms, data centers, and refurbishment & construction. He leads teams to ensu...

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Aug. 18, 2021

How Architects Use Scrum - Todd Henderson

Todd Henderson is a principal at Boulder Associates, leads their San Francisco office, and has over 20 years of healthcare design experience. An advocate and innovator of lean design within his company's culture and beyond, Todd is also currently fascina...

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