Thank you speakers, sponsors, and participants of the P2SL-LCI-AIA Lean Design Forum 2018!
|UC Berkeley’s Project Production Systems Laboratory (P2SL), the Lean Construction Institute (LCI), and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) have been co-hosting the Lean Design Forum (with AIA offering continuing education credit) for many years now. The Forum meets twice a year, in Berkeley early in the year, and in the Midwest mid-year.
The 1.5-day 2018 Berkeley Forum will take place on Thursday (whole day) and Friday (morning only), 8 and 9 February 2018 as in previous years at the Hs Lordships Restaurant at the Berkeley marina.
We look forward to hearing terrific speakers share lessons learned, good discussion, and thank our event sponsors!
As in previous years, we are working with AIA so you may get continuing education credit for participating in this event.
THURSDAY 8 FEBRUARY 2018
7:30 AM Registration and Breakfast
8:10 AM Session I: SOCIAL SCIENCE TOOLS FOR DISCOVERING TRUE CUSTOMER VALUES
Traditional Lean tools and techniques offer a great way of collecting explicit and quantitative customer values, however, it is often the implicit experiential customer values that truly drive decision making. Take coffee selection for example; customers describe their values in terms of taste and price, however, those same customers consistently choose Starbucks over McDonalds for coffee despite McDonalds superiority in both of those explicit customer values. Consumer decision making is actually being driven by experience values. The panel will explain how social science and design thinking techniques can be combined with lean methodologies to uncover those implicit but more powerful customer values at the early stage of the design process.
9:45 AM Coffee Break
10:15 AM Session II: EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN
Jenny Hastings and Romano Nickerson will chair a panel discussing how their company, Boulder Associates, is using evidence based design.
12:00 NOON Lunch
12:45 PM Session III: LESSONS FROM LEAN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Don will speak on what we in the design-and-construction industry can learn from product development. A teaser from his most recent book:
“Few developers realize that queues are the single most important cause of poor product development performance.”
2:30 PM Break
3:00 PM Session IV: MORE LESSONS
Don will share further lessons. Another teaser from his book:
“We cannot eliminate all variability without eliminating all value-added.”
3:45 PM Plus/Delta
4:00 PM Adjourn
FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 2018
7:30 AM Plated Breakfast (please arrive by 7:30)
8:00 AM Session V: NAVIGATING MOODS FOR LEARNING
Gloria will explain why ‘navigating moods’ is the key that opens the door to learning, both for individuals and teams.
9:45 AM Coffee Break
10:15 AM Session VI: SAFETY BY DESIGN
John will explain how to design buildings for safety in their construction and throughout their life cycles.
12:00 NOON Plus/Delta
12:15 PM Adjourn
Go to https://www.regonline.com/LeanDesignForum2018 and click [Register Now] in the upper-right corner to register and pay for your registration online.
DIRECTIONS: This meeting will take place Hs Lordships Restaurant (www.hslordships.com) at the Berkeley marina.
Public Transit: Take BART to the Berkeley (Downtown Berkeley, not North Berkeley) station. Then at Center and Shattuck Avenue, catch the Bus 51B bus towards the Berkeley Marina. Get off at the Berkeley Pier at Seawall Drive, then walk south ~2 mins.
By Car: There is plenty of free parking space, but please do NO LEAVE VALUABLES in your car! Take 80/580 to Berkeley and exit on University Avenue. Head west towards the Bay. At the stop sign, stay on the left-hand side of the road and continue towards the Berkeley pier. When you reach the bay, turn left and head south until you see the restaurant.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about lean project delivery and changes taking place in the industry!
QUESTIONS about this or other P2SL Initiatives? Please contact Glenn Ballard, Director of P2SL, cell: 510/530-1743, or email: email@example.com.
To register go HERE, and in the upper-right corner click on [Register Now] to pay online.