When:
May 21, 2019 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
2019-05-21T08:00:00-04:00
2019-05-21T16:30:00-04:00
Where:
UW CERC Facility
7543 63rd Avenue NE
Contact:
LCI Cascadia-Seattle CoP

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LCI Cascadia-Seattle Community of Practice

presents

The Last Planner® System (LPS™) using Villego Simulation


Last Planner is a short-term project planning system first used in engineering construction 20 years ago. It continues to create significant improvements in project & program safety, predictability, productivity, speed of delivery, profit and feelings of wellbeing among project staff. LPS offers a realistic way to collaboratively manage project-based production, enables issues to be identified and resolved before they become problems on-site and increases the chances that work will flow and projects be completed on time. It is a vital link between logistics and building assembly teams. That’s why more and more enterprises are making it part of their standard procedure for project delivery.
• Understand the “System View” of the LPS and the factors of production control
• Learn about constraint analysis as a critical part of LPS and its proactive approach to problem solving.
• Learn how to continuously improve as a team, remove waste and adjust performance based on what has been learned as a means to optimize workflows.
• Get hands on experience and learn from experts the correct way to perform (LPS)


Speakers:

Klaus Lemke– Lean Project, Inc. –  Klaus is Managing Principal of LeanProject, Inc.. His expertise spans all aspects of design and construction, with a career-long focus on continuous improvement. A Civil Engineering graduate from the University of Illinois, his early experience with Total Quality Management and Lean form the basis of his personal philosophy on organizational management.

Klaus recognizes that a healthy learning environment is essential for creating real and sustainable change.

Susan Pratt Reinhart– Lean Project, Inc. –  As Associate Principal for Lean Project Consulting, Susan has provided coaching for owners, designers, and contractors on Target Value Design, Last Planner System, A3 Thinking, Reliable Promising, Leadership Development, and Choosing by Advantages. Projects include facilities in major new technology, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and GSA offices. She is also very interested in the intersection between lean and sustainability.


REGISTRATION RATE:

Flat Rate: $250.00

8:00-8:30 a.m. – Check-in – Coffee and pastries

12:00-12:30 p.m. – Catered lunch will be provided

Parking: Free parking is available in adjacent lots

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: May 19, 2019