Coursework Tasks to be Completed by Students You will produce an individual illustrated journal of no more than 6no. A3 pages (landscape) (Excluding front page, Content page and Reference List). The illustrated journal needs to include all of the following: 1. Select a single construction industry problem related to poor productivity and one of the 8 forms of lean waste discussed during the module, include a short description and a statement that clearly and concisely defines the scope of the problem in the boundaries of this module. 2. Justify (through good quality industry and academic literature) why this is a problem, who the problem affects, and the impact of the problem on a project/industry. 3. Critically analyse possible solutions to the problem from learning during this module AND independent research. 4. Create a visual illustration that links the problem to the solutions, i.e. fishbone diagram, mind map or another suitable visual tool. 5. Create a visual improvement model which summarises HOW the problem can be solved. 6. The illustrated journal should use an effective combination of text AND images to provide an interesting and visually engaging document. All images should be relevant and of an appropriate size and quality. The illustrated journal should include cited, good quality academic literature and industry literature. The content should be guided by the learning outcomes, the marking criteria and the learning from this module.
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