Lean Commissioning expands the little black box at the end of a schedule called commissioning and makes it a proactive, collaborative and disciplined process for achieving performance objectives and getting the team to the finish line early.
Unlike traditional projects where projects are planned from the top down, lean projects are planned and coordinated by the people doing the work using the Last Planner System. The hands on training simulations utilize the Villego System to demonstrate how pull based commissioning will improve team performance. On the second day of the workshop we will Pull Plan a phase of the commissioning work and get the team up to speed on how to manage the LeanCx process.
Participants will learn how a lean commissioning approach can be used to:
Get to the finish line 6 months early
Minimize callbacks & site related design issues
Manage the commitments and promises needed for reliable productive work to occur.
In this one work shop, you will be trained on the Last Planner System, participate in hands on building simulations and plan the commissioning work for a project.
The workshop is for three teams of up to 10 people per team. Each team builds a lego project using traditional methods, learns about the Last Planner Systems an then tests there newly acquired knowledge to see if they perform better.
1. In the first round we baseline our team's planning and building capabilities.
2. Next we learn the Last Planner System and how it is used to plan and execute projects with collaboration, discipline and accountability.
3. Then we test our newly acquired knowledge and measure the results. How much better does the team perform? A great hands on experience!
4. Finally we plan a commissioning work to practice with the newly acquired skill.
This work shop will help prepare you to implement Lean Project Delivery practices on projects and to become certified by LCI-Canada.