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A Lean Interest Group is a special designation for an area where individuals have expressed a desire to form a LCI Community of Practice (CoP). At the local level, a group of individuals forms to host initial events independent of LCI to gauge the interest in a specific area with the goal of applying to become a sanctioned CoP in the coming months. The leader for the group collaborates with LCI’s Manager of CoP Relations through periodic conference calls for guidance and best practices and to provide ongoing feedback on progress.
If you are located in an area where a Lean Interest Group has developed and are interested in learning more, please contact the group directly.
The Houston Lean Interest Group held its kickoff event in January, 2019. For more information on upcoming events please contact Brian Bowden at BBowden@dunawayassociates.com.
The Milwaukee Lean Interest Group held its kickoff event in January, 2019. To learn more about this group and upcoming events please send your inquiry to LCIMilwaukeeCoP@gmail.com.
The Omaha Lean Interest Group is currently engaging in formation discussions for next steps. The learn more about their goals or to become involved please contact Chris Neal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Philadelphia Lean Interest Group is currently engaging in formation discussions for next steps. To learn more about their goals or to become involved please contact Amanda Patton at APatton@balfourbeattyus.com.
Attend the Lean Construction Institute (LCI) Last Planners’ Workshop to hone your skills in implementing Lean Project Delivery.
This event is specifically tailored for front line planners with experience implementing Last Planner® as well as individuals who have (or aspire to) use Lean techniques on projects. Benefit from practical implementation advice and engage with colleagues in the field who are using Lean and facing many of the same challenges. This is a highly collaborative forum for sharing in a small-scale learning environment (40-50 attendees) in an approach geared to providing in-depth learning and sharing.
Build connections among your peers in the Phoenix market for continued knowledge sharing both during and after the event. We want attendees to be able to contribute from their experience, as well as gain from the insights of others. If you have experience in Lean implementation and are looking to collaborate with others on their challenges and successes, this is the event for you.