4601 N. Fairfax Drive, Suite 1200
Arlington, VA 22203
LCI New York State Community of Practice
Better Building – Lean Practice for the Project-Driven Organization
The business of creating our built environment remains largely siloes and disconnected today. Owners, designers, construction managers, and trade contractors each defend their profit margins by shifting risk to others and focusing on their own piece of the puzzle. Lean thinking promises to change all this, yet has proven particularly difficult to implement in the building industry.
Better Building provides a practical model for putting Lean thinking into action and improving the experience of project work. Based on years of experience shifting mindsets and behaviors, this model answers the most often asked questions and provides a roadmap for navigating the toughest parts of a Lean transformation journey in the project-driven environment.
Whether exploring Lean for the first time or sharpening skills of leadership and continuous improvement, every individual, team or organization will benefit from these insights.
Join Klaus Lemke as he shares some of the experiences and insights that went into the development of the Better Building model. The session will include practical advice for incorporating Lean thinking into project-driven work, and a chance to exchange ideas and challenge your own thinking about what is possible.
Recommended Reading: Lemke Reading
Speaker: Klaus Lemke- Lean Project, Inc. - Klaus is Managing Principal of LeanProject, Inc.. His expertise spans all aspects of design and construction, with a career-long focus on continuous improvement. A Civil Engineering graduate from the University of Illinois, his early experience with Total Quality Management and Lean form the basis of his personal philosophy on organizational management.
Klaus recognizes that a healthy learning environment is essential for creating real and sustainable change.
This course is registered with AIA CES for 4 LU|HSW credits
Flat Rate $125.00
(Early Bird rate $100.00 - must register by 4/12/2019)
Free Parking is available on site.
Registration includes lunch immediately following the workshop