The 5 Levels of the Last Planner® System: Should, Can, Will, Did and Learn

Lean Construction Ireland invite you to join it for its upcoming Webinar on The 5 Levels of the Last Planner® System: Should, Can, Will, Did and Learn. Presenter: Paul Ebbs with special guest Dave Umstot of Umstot Project and Facility Solutions, LLC.

Thursday, 7th September 

Time: 3pm

Online Webinar

Attendance is FREE, and places must be reserved by registering online.

This webinar will provide a brief introduction to the Last Planner System (LPS). Paul will share why the LPS is key to success of not just design and construction projects but any project… Some case study examples illustrating both the challenges experienced and key success factors to implement and sustain the LPS, will also be shared.

Paul will be joined at the webinar by David Umstot of Umstot Project and Facility Solutions, LLC – San Diego based Lean Project Delivery Consultants and Coaches delivering better projects, performance and results for the AEC sector.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

 

Paul has over 21 years’ AEC sector experience on a wide range of projects at trade, management and consultancy levels. He has a BSc in Construction Management from the Dublin Institute of Technology, co-founded Lean Construction Ireland in 2014, and is an Editor of the Lean Construction Blog. Over the past three years’ he has supported dozens of international project teams on their lean journeys in two roles. Firstly, as a Lean Coach/Consultant with Umstot Project and Facility Solutions LLC in the US, and secondly as Research Fellow in the Centre for Lean Projects at Nottingham Trent University, UK. Currently, he is embedded within a UK company and is working with Professor Christine Pasquire (using action research) to design, develop and test a Lean Project Delivery System (LPDS) that addresses the root causes of disruption and delays. The Last Planner® System is the foundation of a LPDS.

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