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A new version of APQC’s Process Classification Framework has been launched

A new version of the American Productivity & Quality Center (APQC) Process Classification Framework (PCF)® is now available: Version 7.2.0 went live last week. The PCF is the most widely downloaded framework in the world and helps organisations create a common language to communicate and define work processes comprehensively. This version of the PCF is a minor update which includes … Continue reading

Time to get a grip on construction productivity – Breakfast Briefing 11th January

My colleague Ali Mafi has written a brilliant article which is published in the Construction Index magazine. (View online, here) In it, he exposes the shocking waste of time that occurs in many construction projects and he argues that the use of BIM, in some cases, actually makes things worse. Ali’s data shows that, for … Continue reading

Leading Lean: Self-assessing strengths and areas for improvement

I recently designed a 2-day Lean Leadership workshop for a client and part of the content is a self-assessment exercise which the participants do individually. It’s based on 5 principles that underpin what leaders need to do: The self-assessment asks 5 questions in each of these areas to identify the extent to which people are … Continue reading

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