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trade partners to pull plan for project milestones.
This spring, LCI will release the first interactive online course of our LCI Immersive Education Program, Introduction to Last Planner® System (LP®S), so that you can learn Lean on your own time.
Sixty-two percent of Lean practitioners believe the design and construction industry is inefficient or highly inefficient, according to 2016 LCI-funded research, showing there is room for improvement. But, Last Planner® System with its five connected conversation levels is known to:
In fact, 40 percent of projects categorized as “best” based on project performance from the 2016 research implemented LP®S while only 19 percent of “typical” projects implemented LP®S.
LCI encourages industry professionals to participate in face-to-face learning with any of our at Community of Practice (CoP) local events and national events like LCI Congress and LCI Lean in Design Forum, but seeks to provide additional opportunities.
Personalized e-learning is the answer to Lean learning despite your location and busy schedule constraints because it offers:
Just as LCI aims to transform the built environment through Lean implementation, we aim to transform the way Lean learners understand and apply Last Planner® System with the new LP®S personalized e-learning course. LCI’s Immersive Education Program, with badging and a certificate of completion at the end, will offer a unique opportunity for you to expand on your existing Lean knowledge base and take your Lean journey to the next level.