About the Event:
At our Annual Congress, October 22-25, 2013 in Dallas, TX, teams will explore strategies to promote Lean thinking and practices earlier in the project performance cycle.
Content will explore a variety of tracks including:
• What proven tools are helping teams be more efficient in work planning and execution?
• Reports on Lean journeys from within major organizations
• How project owners can use lean thinking, behaviors, and tools to advance their capital programs.
The overriding goal of the Congress is to learn from one another’s wide ranging experiences—sometimes good, sometimes challenging, but always instructive.
Typical program highlights include presentations on the following aspects of Lean Construction: Learning Last Planner with Villego ● Owner Perspectives ● Lean Basic Principles ● Pull Planning on Projects ● Case Studies ● Value Stream Mapping ● Lean in Design Build ● Full Day Intro to Lean ● Public Owner Perspectives ● The Key Role of Prefabrication ● Lean Projects in Review
The Congress also focuses specifically on the needs and challenges of the Design Community, with presentations typically covering these and other design-related topics: Lean Design ● Evidence Based Design ● Design Process Improvement: Leveraging Lean to Promote Better Designs ● Big Room Planning
LCI’s local Communities of Practice will have significant representation at the Congress. Come and learn who else in your area is engaged in the Lean Journey and working towards - lean transformation. Develop new contacts among partners and suppliers in your city or region.
New to lean? Come and find out how pull, LPS and “daily huddles” can enhance project performance and transform your work processes for the better.