Construction Management: Introduction to Lean Construction


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Online(Course Link)


On Demand

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Math, Science and Engineering


Yes(Project Management Institute (PMI))



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US Dollar 107 (Check Course Page for Last Price)

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Acquired Skills/Covered Subjects

  • What is lean?,Embracing lean productivity,Construction vs. manufacturing,How does lean apply to construction?,Identifying and minimizing waste
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LinkedIn Learning is an American website offering video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills. It is a subsidiary of LinkedIn.

It was founded in 1995 by Lynda Weinman as before being acquired by LinkedIn in 2015.Microsoft acquired LinkedIn in December 2016.

While manufacturing has realized substantial gains in productivity, the construction industry hasn't seen notable improvements in productivity over the past few decades. Lean productivity—a tried and tested continual improvement process leveraged in manufacturing—contains elements that lend themselves to being ported over to the construction process. In this course, explore the lean theory of production and learn how it can be successfully adopted in construction to enhance efficiency. Instructor Jim Rogers provides a brief introduction to the theory of lean productivity, describing key concepts and explaining how lean applies to construction. Jim then spells out the changes that need to occur in order for lean to be successfully adopted in the construction industry.

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