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Updated Last Planner® System Standard Work is your roadmap to implementation

Updated Last Planner® System Standard Work is your roadmap to implementation

Ahead of LCI’s first e-Learning course debut of Introduction to Last Planner® System, the Last Planner® System Standard Work documents have been updated to better guide superintendents, foremen and project teams to effective Last Planner® System (LPS) implementation.

Each of the 12 documents in the LPS Standard Work are written with the practitioner in mind and cover topics such as Percent Plan Complete (PPC), Daily Huddles, Constraint Logs and each of the five connecting conversations of LPS shown in the diagram to the right.

Superintendents and foremen seeking to create reliable work flow, reduce waste and plan more effectively will be able to clearly see:

  • What actions should be taken with each phase of LPS.
  • What the critical aspects of making that action happen are.
  • Why that action is important.

Lean practitioners find the set of LPS Standard Work documents makes it easier to undertake this robust project planning system and to step into the role of a neutral leader who empowers other project team members to take ownership of their work.

To view the improved Last Planner® System Standard Work documents in the LCI Corporate Member Center, LCI corporate members can log in with their username (company email) and password. Then, click “Learn more” under the Last Planner® System section.

If your organization could benefit from LCI’s step-by-step standard guide to Last Planner® System and is not yet a LCI corporate member, you can check out LCI’s membership benefits and contact Ilene Goldberg, igoldberg@leanconstruction.org, for more information.

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