2 Day Lean Construction, Last Planner, and Villego Workshops

Brisbane — Sydney — Melbourne

February & March 2020

What you will learn...

Key Lean Principles

And learn the benefits of applying them as a distinctive business strategy in your organisation and on your projects

Last Planner and Villego systems

Learn about the five crucial planning conversations in the Last Planner System. Experience the difference between using them and not using them. Learn the basics of collaborative programming, through experience. Develop awareness of the importance of creating a system change in project transformation

Much more...

— Collaborative programming
— Using Villego for the Last Planner System
— Integrated Project Delivery
— New principles, ways of thinking, methods and systems
— Practical simulations, thought experiments, exercises and examples

Collaboration and effective communication

Learn about and understand the value of collaboration and effective conversations for action on projects

Focus on process and workflow

Coordinating action through pulling and continuous flow, as opposed to the traditional, schedule-driven push which places an over-reliance on central authority and project schedules to manage resources and coordinate work.

Brisbane

26th & 27th Feb 2020
QUT, Brisbane

Sydney

2nd & 3rd March 2020
UTS, Sydney

Melbourne

10th & 11th March 2020
North Western Program Alliance, Footscray, Melbourne

With international facilitator, alan mossman!

Alan Mossman — Principal of The Change Business. Lean Consultant, Coach and Author

An adviser on lean transformation and Last Planner in design and construction, Alan trained as an architect and then in management and organisation development.

After working in a variety of roles, he only returned to construction in 2001, building on his knowledge and understanding of collaboration, systems thinking, variation, quality and lean. Based in the UK, he has coached design and construction teams implementing Lean and Last Planner for clients around the world.

Alan is founder member of the LCI Education Committee in the US and Editor-at-Large of the Lean Construction Journal, he hosts a number of lean construction groups on LinkedIn, such as the Lean Construction Network. He studies lean transformations in construction and design organisations and is a co-developer of the Villego simulation.

What industry says:

"The summit showcases the latest thinking and approaches, keeps industry and government up to date with advances, and reinforces the good work underway across Australia. We need to celebrate our achievements and successes and keep an eye on the future as new opportunities and ideas evolve."
Andrew Curthoys
Director Innovation and Engagement (QLD Gov. Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning)
"The Future Infrastructure Summit is very important for industry; the construction sector is lagging behind every other sector in digitisation. We need to catch up, and the Summit is the place where all the best thoughts occur because it's based on open principals."
Chris Dorian
CEO (BuildSort)
"It is great to have industry events that are developed by industry groups such as buildingSMART and LCANZ rather than generic conference organisers. This ensures targeted content and quality presentations. It is also great to get knowledge sharing happening between the Lean and Digital Engineering communities."
Eric Bugeja
Principal — Digital Engineering (EIC Activities — A CIMIC company)
"I think the Future Infrastructure Summit is brilliant, not only for organisations to internally step back and see what they’ve accomplished but more importantly, for the knowledge-sharing within the industry. To educate others on possibilities, and reduce the repeated metaphorical reinvention of the wheel."
Mel Binks
Senior Digital Project Manager (DBM Vircon)

Presented by:

buildingSMART Australasia is a not-for-profit industry-led volunteer organisation operating in Australia and New Zealand that develops data sharing standards, provides tools and training, and drives the adoption of openBIM for use in the construction industry.

For more information visit www.buildingsmart.org.au

Lean Construction ANZ promotes the use of LEAN thinking in the Australian and New Zealand construction industries.

For more information visit www.leanconstructionanz.org