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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 Mid-Atlantic Lean Interest Group is currently engaging in formation discussions for next steps. To learn more about their goals or to become involved please send your inquiry to MidAtlanticLean@gmail.com.
The St. Louis Lean Interest Group is currently engaging in formation discussions for next steps. To learn more about their goals or to become involved please send your inquiry to StLouisLCICoI@gmail.com.
Despite understanding the purpose and benefits of the principles and tools of Lean Design & Construction, project leadership still often struggles when it comes to achieving true team engagement and culture change. Lack of understanding between project management and trade last planners, lack of training/coaching, and inadequate preparation often lead to a failure to achieve the true engagement that leads to real project success. This webinar will focus on some of the common pitfalls of a Lean initiative, what a truly engaged team looks like, and suggestions to achieve that engagement on your projects.
• Describe attributes of a truly engaged Lean team
• Identify the pitfalls that lead to a less-than-optimal lean implementation
• Understand ways to improve team engagement
• Understand the preparation required to conduct a meaningful weekly planning meeting
Julie Glassmeyer – Owner, Glassmeyer Construction Consulting & Coaching LLC
For the past 17 years, Glassmeyer has been employing, facilitating, and coaching Lean Design & Construction principles. She draws on her 25+ years of experience in commercial construction planning and management to support project teams in achieving successful Lean implementation.
Glassmeyer holds a BS in Construction Management from the University of Cincinnati, and served as an Adjunct Professor at Cincinnati State and UC.
Registration for this webinar will close one hour before the webinar starts and you will receive an email with the webinar registration link within 24 hours of registering. If you register the day of, you will receive your confirmation an hour before the start of the webinar.
Please use the registration link email to add this webinar to your calendar. If you are not able to attend the webinar due to time zone misunderstandings, no refunds are given – there are no exceptions!
**This webinar will be recorded and a link will be sent to all paid registrants**
1.5 CM-Lean CE Credit | AGC of America recognizes “Engagement: Reconciling the People Side of Lean with the Process” as qualifying for continuing education hours towards the renewal of AGC’s Certificate of Management-Lean Construction (CM-Lean). Each hour of educational content is equal to 1 hour of CE credit. Attendees may earn up to 1.5 hours of CE Credit by attending this webinar.
Connect to the Industry Through Partner Investment.
As a member of the design community, your involvement in the beginning of the project planning process is crucial. From ensuring on-time delivery to guaranteeing high-quality project value, your role is vital to your team’s success. Lean in Design can help you continue to exceed expectations! Lean methodologies help design and construction companies in the U.S. and around the world become more efficient while increasing client satisfaction, cutting costs and eliminating re-work.
The 2019 Lean in Design Forum will address common challenges members of the design community often encounter such as:
Transforming a firm’s culture holistically
Implementing Last Planner® System in design effectively
Making sound decisions collaboratively
Onboarding team members consistently
The annual 2019 LCI Lean in Design Forum, in partnership with P2SL and AIA is a unique event where designers come together to learn about and advance Lean methodologies. Industry-leading design practitioners will present on how Lean techniques free up time for creative decision-making and innovative problem-solving on current topics affecting the design community.
2019 Lean in Design Forum attendees will find immense value in:
Presentations by experienced Lean practitioners
Interactive learning roundtables
Lean in design phase educational sessions
Networking among Lean practitioners with passion for collaboration, creativity and efficient project delivery.
Join your colleagues in the design community at this year’s Lean in Design Forum in Chicago — the must-attend design industry event of the year!
Your registration fee includes the Wednesday evening reception on May 29, plus full breakfast and lunch on the days for which you are registered.