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LCI Michigan Community of Practice
Intro to Last Planner®® Simulation – Villego Training Event
Join us for a hands-on workshop into the Last Planner® production system. No experience is required. The workshop is being facilitated by Jeff Creighton (Lean Leader, Barton Malow) and Tariq Abdelhamid (Chief Lean Performance Officer, Michigan State University).
Professionals across the construction industry are introducing a new approach to planning their work, generically referred to as Pull Planning, and branded by the Lean Construction Institute as The Last Planner System®. This approach focuses on collaborative and commitment-based production planning to balance the workflow, minimize variation, and improve reliability.
The Villego workshop, based on work from Lean Construction Practitioners, is designed to illustrate the differences between traditional planning methods (Push system) versus The Last Planner System® (Pull system of production). Attendees will leave with the basic knowledge and skills needed to enhance their daily work and bring this methodology onto their worksites.
Jeff Creighton – Barton Malow-Jeff’s 22-year career began in project delivery with roles as a journeyman ironworker and foreman with Ironworkers Local #25 as well as project management before transitioning to benchmarking and Lean construction management. Previously, as Benchmarking & Lean Manager, Jeff focused on promoting Lean construction and management initiatives for project delivery teams to continuously drive best-in-class project performance.
Tariq Abdelhamid is Chief Lean Performance Officer with the Residential and Hospitality (RHS) Division at Michigan State University (MSU) since 2013. He is also an Associate Professor of Lean Construction at MSU, and project teams coach since 2000. Trained by Greg Howell & Glenn Ballard (Lean Construction Institute co-founders), He is the co-founder and co-Editor of the Lean Construction Journal, a certified AGC LCEP, an LCI instructor and a current LCI Research Fellow.
Member Rate: $75.00
Non-Member Rate: $100.00
Continental Breakfast, Lunch and snacks will be provided