Title: ­­­­­­­­­­Building a Strong Lean Community of Practice in the Carolinas



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Title: ­­­­­­­­­­Building a Strong Lean Community of Practice in the Carolinas (Updated 30 Dec 13)


Background/Problem Statement

The LCI Carolinas CoP has been identified as a sustaining community by LCI, and we want to continue this growth steadily. The core group is meeting regularly, though attendance has dropped. Quarterly meetings have worked well, and there is hope for growth. To grow from a sustaining community to an impacting community, we need to bring in projects and study them for improvement.




Goals

During the Annual planning meeting the following goals and needs were affirmed for the CoP:



  • LCI needs to be a source of education for all (Designers, Contractors, Owners, University). Develop Value Proposition for these Stakeholders.

  • We should expand to include some of the larger Regional Owners (Focus on engaged Owner’s first – Merck/Dupont/Duke Energy/CHS/Mission/UHS)

  • Ritualize, and develop a program, and highlight success stories. (Holly Hill, Cherokee, Facebook)

  • Engage South Carolina (long term).

  • 30 Attendees is Success (if we consistently get over 40, then how to capitalize).
  • Build Publicity through State Construction Conference, PENC (Stingo), ABC (Craft), AGC (), NCHEA (Grey), AIA (Keckeis/Craft)


  • Double company participation from 15 to 30 (reach out to other regional companies doing Lean).

10 Years plan (2020) would have CoPs in Raleigh and Charlotte.






Recommendations/Objectives for the Year




  1. Develop our programs on a eight/nine session basis: Jan, Feb, Mar, April, May, June, Aug, Sept, Nov. as targets (less for 2013 though). 1/3 of programs would be larger programs in Greensboro.

  2. Couple Success Stories with the programs.

  3. Major Programs – Intro to Lean, Last Planner should be reoccurring annually.

  4. Other Major Programs – CBA, reliable promises, Story from Boeing, intermediate/Executive Last Planner.

  5. Need to bring Designers into the fold.



Continue Focus on Designers and Trade Contractors in first part of year. Try to bring new Owners into the fold after the summer.






Plan




Action

Resp


Commitment

Seek out allegiances/shared programs with PENC (Stingo), ABC (Craft), AGC (), NCHEA (Grey), AIA (Keckeis/Craft)

See Description

6/12/14

Compile database for Mail Distribution/ Update LCI Carolinas Website/ Send Newsletter/e-mail to regional members

Ilene/David




Develop Value Proposition for Owners

Ed




Develop on Value Proposition for Designers (AIA in Charlotte/Raleigh)

David




Lean Champion Roundtable

Scott Jennings




Develop on Value proposition for Education (University/Comm College)

David/Min
















Programs











Date

Program

Location

Attendees

1/16/2014

Reliable Promises – Day Program (Rebecca Bettler)

Greensboro




2/13/2014

BP Evening Presentation

Charlotte




3/13/2014

Cherokee Presentation (start the case study)

Raleigh




4/10/2014

Lean Roundtable: How to be lean in a non-lean world (D MacNeel, B Seed, C Dierks, Dean Reed, G Zettle, ??)

Charlotte




5/8/2014

Intermediate LPS/Villego – Alan Mossman

Greensboro




6/12/2014

Lean in Design – 2 Hr (Bernita?)/Core Group Mid Year Mtg


Raleigh




8/14/2014

Intro to Lean (Annual Event) - Day program

Greensboro




9/11/2014

Executive Last Planner (2 Hr/Evening)

Charlotte




11/13/2014

Facebook (DPR/McKenney’s)

Raleigh
















Backlog Ideas

Lean at Boeing, Research Review/Needs (NCSU), Built in Quality,

Have Board members come to Region, Location Based Scheduling























Green Highlight = Confirmed






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