Work Quality Is Determined By Preparation / 仕事の9割は段取りで決まる!

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仕事の9割は段取りで決まる!

日本では、大工の腕は段取りを見れば分かる、と言われており、実際に道具を扱う技術よりも重要だと位置付けられている。

この考えはJapan Homesも共有し、工期を守り、可能な限り早く終わらせることを最重要に考えている。

 

工事の工程は2段階ある

1 前工程

2 後工程

 

1 前工程

前工程はいわゆる準備段階だ。

ここで業者と連絡をとり、工事計画や行程をしっかりと準備する。

準備段階とは言え、この前工程で工事全体の流れが決まるというぐらい重要だ。

私たちは可能な限りのエネルギーと情熱をここに集中させ、しっかりと段取りをする。

そうすれば業者さんの作業時間も短縮でき、工事を最速で終了させ、皆が満足出来る結果になる。

 

2 後工程

後工程とはある特定の作業が終わったあとの作業工程だ。

工事現場では自分達の作業が終われば、それで全て終わりだと思っている業者が多いが、

彼らの仕事の評価はむしろここで決まると言ってよい。

自分達の後に入って作業する人が、どれだけ快適にスムースに作業出来るかまで考慮し、自らのスケジュールを考える。

予定よりも自分たちのスケジュールを1日だけ前倒しすれば、後に入る業者さんがスムースに作業が出来るのであれば、工夫をして自分たちの作業が1日だけ早く終了させる。

日本ではこのような気遣いを非常に大切にする文化があり、ニュージーランドでジャパンホームズが胸を張って誇れる部分でもある。

 

業者さんにいかに楽しくスムースに仕事をして貰い、工期を守りお客さんに喜んで貰うか。

結局のところ、このようなおもてなし精神が行程を作る上で一番重要であると思う。

 


90% Of Work Is Determined By Preparation

There is a saying in Japan that if you see how a builder prepare, you can see his or her overall skills.
Preparation skills are more important than tool handling skills.
We Japan Homes share the same idea and to us the most important thing is to keep the deadline and finish work as quick.

 

There are two types of Construction Scheduling

1 MAEKOTEI (Preparation of Work)

2 ATOKOTEI (Preparation of After Work)

 

MAEKOTEI

Mekoutei is preparation stage at which we prpare with our subs to prepare the whole process of work.
It is only preparation but the most important because the quality of the whole project outcome is determined at this stage.
So we focus on the preparation work with our highest level of energy and strongest passion.
As a result, everyone will be happy as the subs can work smoothly without hustle and the owner satisfied with the quick completion of the project.

 

ATOKOTEI

We think about the work schedule after one work is finished.
At construction site many workers think that once their work is complete everything will be over.
However, their work quality is determined after it is complete.
You have to think about your work schedule in terms of how smoothly you can make the subsequent work.
For instance, if the worker, who comes to work after you, can work smoothely with an extra day, you may want to finish your work one day earlier.
In Japanese culture, there is such an attitude to care about each other who work together, and Japan Homes is proud of possessing this attitude.
The point is how happily and smoothly the subs can work with us, and how satisfied our client can be with keeping the deadlines.
In sum, “Omotenashi” spirit is the most important for construction scheduling and preparation.

 

Author

岡部 正彦
岡部 正彦Japan homes Directer
Born in Japan in 1973. At University I learned Japanese History.

After graduation, I worked at a major Dental material company as a top salesman. In 2002 I firstly set my foot on land in New Zealand, and have started to engage in NZ Construction firm since 2004. From the 8 years' experiences at construction sites and sales experiences in Japan, I devote myself to satisfy customers from consultation to construction and after care services.

Within the first 4 years after the foundation, half of Japan Homes' customers were similar ages of mine. So that their life environment such as a number of children were also similar to mine therefore I was able to understand the customers' situations and wants more. Meanwhile there are also many customers of my father's generation, which is always appreciated because I can learn lots of good things from them.

We try our best to provide services that you satisfy, such as schedule, quality and after care service.

"I can trust you with any projects." "You are the man who I can rely on when I am in trouble." I enjoy working to get these words more times and to create as more smiles as possible.