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If you are interested in learning more about Lean project delivery, join the more than 600 professionals that have participated and learned from events hosted by the San Diego Community of Practice since 2007. The CoP offers a learning program every other month that covers a Lean-related topic, project, or subject matter including interactive simulations. If you are new to Lean, the CoP provides a great opportunity to meet like-minded people and learn more about Lean practices on capital project planning, design, fabrication and construction. If you are a seasoned Lean practitioner, consider sharing your knowledge with the greater San Diego community. To learn more contact Sandra LeDrew at firstname.lastname@example.org or David Umstot @ email@example.com.
It is not too late. This is the third in the series of events that feature The Last PlannerRemote Lean Coffee – Implementing The Last Planner System® and will focus on lessons learned and experiences shared in using The Last Planner. This is an ideal opportunity for the experienced practicioners to share their knowledge and for those who are still learning, and which of us are not, to continue our education. We have experienced Zoom Room breakout leaders and commitments from senior members of our local LCI community to make this a the ideal opportunity to round out the learnings from the previous two sessions or to catch up if you missed them.
Dan Shirkey, Balfour Beatty
Daniel is the Sr. Director of Technology and Operational Improvement for the California Division of Balfour Beatty. His primary focus in this role is foster business improvement through the use of new technology, innovation and lean implementation. Daniel currently leads the VDC and Scheduling departments for Balfour Beatty’s California Division. Daniel has managed BIM and Lean implementation on projects utilizing a variety of delivery methods ranging from $6 million to over $1 Billion in value.
Call it Kaizen, continuous improvement, or operational excellence, we all want to be better and better at what we do. That may be with our crews in the field, how we execute projects, our design teams, or the everyday processes we use to operate our organization. In this webinar you will learn:
What you learn can be put to use right away. While becoming a continuously improving organization takes time, with every step you, your teams, and your organization will benefit.
Design professionals want to know how they can improve client outcomes while maximizing design excellence. Participants in the Lean in the Design Phase webinar will gain insight to Lean approaches and tools relative to the design phase of project delivery. They will understand how Lean supports optimizing team communication, collaboration and results by connecting people, principles, and practices. Participants will be exposed to how Lean processes such as Target Value Delivery, set-based design, and the Last Planner System® in Design can be applied.
Join us for a 60-minute virtual CoP experience to engage deeply with independent Lean Coaches in a collaborative discussion.
Come with your most vexing Lean implementation or project problems and get expert advice. We will utilize breakouts to discuss topics in small groups, each led by a coach.
The Zoom link for attendance will be included with your registration confirmation email.
This is going to be a fun and interactive session and so we are capping attendance at 50! As well, joining from your mobile device may be frustrating. For that reason, we are only allowing attendees to join from your computer. We also ask that everyone #turnyourcameraon and come ready to actively participate! It will enrich the experience for all participants.
Construction teams looking to improve the value being produced by workers and to create safer working environments conduct Gemba Walks. In the Gemba Walks For Construction course, participants will gain insight to the what, why and how to successfully implement this method to support their projects. This course is important to developing a positive continuous improvement mindset on your projects.
1. Gain an understanding of the definitions of Gemba and Gemba Walks: “The What.”
2. Identify the purpose and roles related to conducting a Gemba Walk: “The Why.”
3. Discover the process of conducting a Gemba Walk including key guiding questions: “The How.”
4. Gain insight through real-project examples of Gemba Walks and the resulting improvements.
Discover the presentations that mean the most to your Lean journey with five tracks built around the overarching theme of The ABCs of Lean: Transformation through Actions, Best Practices and Coaching: