Construction Site Process Improvement
The YellowJacket Process Improvement Tool enables you to capture data related to time spent on non-value-added activities.
Collecting real process efficiency evidence supports accurate analysis and, in combination with Lean Construction Improvement methodologies, helps design efficient and productive construction processes, and develops a Sustainable Improvement Culture.
The Process Improvement Tool enables the collection of data via the YellowJacket Mobile App. Stakeholders can record lost time against the work package, the process issue type, the number of people involved (keeping individual data anonymous) and for each process issue.
Data capture is designed to be simple and easy to use through the YellowJacket app. On-site staff who see an issue can simply input the data.
The YellowJacket Process Improvement Tool has been designed to support a Sustainable Improvement Culture. It is based upon Lean Construction Principles and categorises process inefficiencies into eight key areas of waste (i.e. Transport, Inventory, Motion, Waiting, Over production, Over processing, Defects, and Skills).
The data captured through the Process Improvement Tool is available in the YellowJacket web portal reporting system. Information is presented in a variety of ways, including pictorial site ‘heat maps’, activity timelines and performance charts and graphs. The reporting system can provide an overview of your project at a point in time, in addition to in-depth project lifecycle information.
YellowJacket Process Improvement provides…
- Identify and capture data on time wasted on non-value-added activities.
- Develop a Sustainable Improvement Culture based upon evidence and accurate analysis.
- Record lost time against the work package, the process issue type, the number of people involved, and process issue.
- Data capture is simple and easy via the YellowJacket Mobile App.
- Supports Lean Construction Principles, categorising process inefficiencies into eight key areas of waste.
- View information in a variety of ways, including pictorial site ‘heat maps’, activity timelines and performance charts and graphs.
- Use real-world evidence to develop a robust and achievable Sustainable Improvement Culture.
- Reduce the time spent on non-value-added activities, and increase productivity and profitability.
- Identify and eliminate bottlenecks and inefficiencies in the delivery of work packages.