Why should you participate in the virtual 2020 Lean in Design Forum?
Register now to explore equity, diversity and inclusion in high-performing teams
This year, we’ve shifted our plans for the Lean in Design Forum in response to COVID-19 and will be going virtual for the first time. The program will stay intact — all participants, including architects, engineers and preconstruction professionals will still have the opportunity to dive deep into interactive virtual discussions about the intersection of Lean methodologies with equity, diversity and inclusion. Together, we will be spending two days virtually, May 27-28, exploring how high-performing teammates who feel empowered for their individuality excel at collaborating effectively and increasing client satisfaction. This topic is more prevalent than ever before, as so many of our organizations have adapted to changes in how we work.
While these sessions are tailored to those in the design community, the attendee demographic is diverse and is comprised of owners, general contractors and trade partners. Here are the top reasons you won’t want to miss this year’s Lean in Design Forum, held in partnership with AIA and P2SL:
- Discover what makes a high-performing team collaborate effectively and return to your project with ideas you can implement right away.
- Explore the power of diversity to strengthen our design community and enrich our work.
- Build and strengthen valuable relationships in an innovative virtual platform with other design and construction professionals passionate about efficient project delivery.
Register now to expand your perspective when you hear from expert Lean practitioners, join interactive roundtables, and connect virtually with like minded colleagues in the design community eager to share and learn from one another.
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