It is widely recognised that the construction industry has an intractable problem with productivity. McKinsey’s 2017 report ‘Reinventing Construction: A Route to Higher Productivity‘ cited that global labour-productivity growth in construction has averaged only 1 percent a year over the past two decades, compared with growth of 2.8 percent for the total world economy and 3.6 percent in manufacturing.
This ILM Level 5 qualification is designed to provide upcoming and practising managers with the essential knowledge and skills to implement lean techniques in support of productivity improvement across construction sector organisations and project teams.
Become a strategic, inspiring and forward-thinking senior leader in the construction sector by accelerating readiness to lead through intelligent preparation and application of lean improvement methodology. This course provides middle to senior managers with increased ability to motivate and innovate, learning to provide confident leadership as well as day-to-day management.
The course material for this qualification has been designed in context of professionals working in construction sector organisations, including architects, surveyors, engineers, project managers, site managers, marketing and business management.
It is suitable for practising middle to senior managers as well as those looking for promotion and/or those identified through talent management programmes.
Through this programme you will:
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