Field Productivity Grand Slam

When contractors are truly successful at improving their field productivity it is like the 1953 World Series.

D. Brown Management Profile Picture
Share

Compare it to Mickey Mantle’s pivotal Grand Slam during game 5 of the 1953 World Series.  The bases are loaded. You are at bat. The Big Four productivity home runs:

Field Productivity: Productivity Grand Slam.
  1. Improved profitability and cash flow.
  2. Timely production feedback builds crews faster.
  3. Better production will require less people in a very tight labor market.  
  4. Consistently demonstrated competency in project delivery equals delighted customers equals sustainable growth.

Focusing on field productivity improves every aspect of a Contractor’s Scoreboard. 


Improving Labor Productivity Workshop


Labor Productivity
Field labor is the often the biggest variable on a construction project - making it the biggest risk and opportunity....

Labor Productivity
Field labor is the often the biggest variable on a construction project - making it the biggest risk and opportunity....

How Wealthy Are You
It's true that making money is great, and that profitability and cash flow are two of the primary scoreboard items for contractors, however, you must pause to put a few other things in context for your life’s balance sheet.
Shifting Locus of Control
Technical skills stand on a foundation of behaviors that ultimately determine how effectively those skills are applied. Accelerating behaviors include:
Bechtel and Business Development
Nothing will have a bigger impact on a contractor’s business than bringing in more quality revenue on a recurring basis. Knowing there is a stable stream of quality projects coming in allows making the investments necessary for operational excellence.