Meeting/Event Information

LCI Lean Learning Series - A3 Thinking

 

March 19, 2021
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
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Virtual Event


Directions

This topic introduces A3 Thinking for collaborative problem solving. Participants will learn the definition of an A3, the problem solving structure with explanation of each step of the A3 format. This document is a valuable tool to define the project team (or subgroup) who will collaborate in a step-by-step process to define a problem and the background, determine the root cause, consider the possible solutions, and as a group select the most viable one.

The LCI Lean Learning Series is a facilitated discussion-oriented event focused on a specific Lean subject matter. The event is more structured than a Lean Coffee yet shorter and less structured than a LCI education course. Its purpose is to provide just enough knowledge base to kick start an engaging Lean discussion amongst the participants.

For this VIRTUAL event, we ask that everyone #turnyourcameraon and come ready to actively participate!

Speakers:

  • Karen Dyer, CCM, CM-Lean, is the President of CMAA Ohio Chapter and a Core Member of LCI Northern Ohio Community of Practice. A 36 year veteran of the Construction Industry, she works as a Project Manager for G. Stephens, Inc.
  • Bryan Wahl, AIA, is the Director in Integrated Design at Bostwick Design Partnership, where he has implemented the Intentional Design Process and has utilized the Last Planner System on many projects. Bryan is a leader in the national and local Lean community, attending, facilitating and presenting at LCI congress since 2016.

Flat Rate Registration - $5.00
Student Registration - free

 

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Prohibited Conduct Policy

CMAA wishes to create a welcoming environment for events and conferences, including social events related to conferences. Attendees are expected to conduct themselves professionally. Prohibited conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following: 1) harassment based on race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or any other protected status, as provided by local, state or federal law; 2) sexual harassment, including unwelcome attention, stalking and physical contact; 3) abusive conduct that has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with another person's ability to enjoy or participate in the event, and 4) undue interruption of any event, speaker or session.

Any person who has been subjected to prohibited conduct or who has witnessed such conduct is encouraged to notify a CMAA staff member. CMAA reserves the right to take any action it deems appropriate in response to such conduct by any person, including removal of that person from the event, prohibiting attendance at future events, and suspension of membership.