Toyota’s Fujio Cho says leaders need to do three things: Go see, ask why, and show respect. This is a brilliantly simple summary of some well-studied and widely accepted philosophies. In this article we present some of our own thoughts on this memorable little phrase.
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GO Productivity is pleased to announce the release of our 2019 Annual Report.
GO Productivity and NAIT and excited to announce their strategic partnership. Read about it here.
Collaborative Construction is a hot topic today. It involves breaking down the barriers between companies working together on a construction project. In a true collaborative contract, each party must be open, honest and share their true costs and contingency amounts. That requires Trust! You may be concerned that if the other company knows your true… Read more »
Whenever I talk about collaborative contracting publicly at a conference, or privately in a business meeting, I am often asked the question: What exactly is Collaborative Contracting? I am asked this question often enough, that I resolved to address it with this blog. So, Enjoy! The reality is that there is no one, single definition… Read more »
There are several sources and methodologies on how to collaborate in construction projects. We would like to highlight three such elements which take place at the beginning of a project and seem to be common among the different methodologies. Early Involvement As the project progresses through detailed conceptual engineering and detailed engineering/design more of the uncertainties… Read more »
GO Productivity is pleased to announce the release of our 2018 Annual Report.
We wanted to let you know about a new program that Enterprise Edmonton is launching in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce. The program has already proven to be a success in Ontario and is referred to as the Trade Accelerator Program (TAP) which is an innovative, effective and comprehensive six-week program helping Canada’s SMEs… Read more »
GO Productivity works with organizations just like yours to improve productivity, increase internal capacity and streamline processes. We have two typical approaches when tackling a productivity challenge: advisory and training. The framework we use is called the ARC, which stands for Assessment, Roadmap and Coaching. No two ARCs are the same: we work with you… Read more »