Discover the presentations that mean the most to your Lean journey with four tracks built around the overarching theme of Learn by Doing from Those Who Do:
When companies adopt and normalize Lean behaviors, they begin to see the shift to Lean culture. The presentations in this track will demonstrate how Lean knowledge is shared across teams, covering topics including:
This track will help you engage with other professionals whose objective is to identify Lean imbalances and take the right steps to fill those gaps.
Implementation of prefabrication and offsite manufacturing methods on projects have the potential to improve schedules, quality and safety. This is done by engaging in early focus on those elements, reducing the congestion of installation forces on site and pulling portions or all of the building into a controlled environment for manufacturing. Engage on questions spanning:
Presentations will cover lessons from the design desk, the shop/plant and the project site in effectively planning for and implementing prefabrication on your projects.
These presentations will emphasize how Lean practices are improving the efficiency and effectiveness of work being put in place, with a focus on topics including:
This track will help organizations build their playbook and gain new resources for their toolkits.
In this track, you will learn best practices for implementing and measuring Lean innovation in the design space. Presentations will highlight the integration of Lean efforts in the design process and the effect on implementation, including:
These presentations will help you better understand how to integrate Lean principles into the Design Phase and/or internal Lean journey and maximize implementation throughout the project life cycle.
Build and strengthen your connections with peers across the industry. The LCI Congress is the ideal setting for networking and collaborating within your worldwide professional community. Connect while taking part in Lean learning together, during planned networking breaks in the program, and at social events including the Exhibitor Sneak Peek Reception on October 19.
Earn continuing education credits through your choice of 25 engaging, hands-on courses on various Lean topics. Options include Introduction to Lean Project Delivery, Introduction to Last Planner System®, Introduction to Target Value Delivery, and Effective Big Room. View the interactive program for the full list and to see how many spots are open! Register for the Core Program first, then add your choice of Learning Day sessions.
Learn through Lean in action at off-site project visits spanning industry, higher education, and healthcare settings. Register for the Core Program first, then add your Gemba Day visit. Visit the interactive program for details on each site visit:
Learn key Lean concepts through an interactive, dynamic approach—and come away with actionable new skills to enhance your work immediately!
We’ve integrated two days’ worth of valuable Live Lab demos into the Congress Core Program. Focus on immediately applicable field skills while connecting within your greater design and construction community. Each Live Lab hits quickly on one topic and hands-on best practices to make you more effective. Our Lean Champions and presenters work to make each Live Lab innovative, engaging, and useful to you.
Live Labs take place in 40-minute sessions, with most comprised of two 20-minute presentations. Capacity is capped at 100 attendees for each Live Lab—sessions are filling up now! Register and sign up today.
Learn more about each Live Lab in our interactive agenda: