NEW! Execution Planning in the Built Environment with Gregg Richie
What You Will Learn
Upon completion of this training, learners will be able to:
- Discuss key components of AWP and how they interrelate.
- Describe the high level concepts of Lean in order to understand the connection of LPS in supporting lean project delivery.
- Explain the five connected conversations of LPS and the inputs and outputs for each level.
It is overwhelmingly apparent that many experienced project teams frequently encounter major execution challenges, which can be caused by inadequate planning in the early stages and throughout the project life cycle. Execution Planning in the Built Environment directly addresses the resounding opportunity for improvement in project planning across industry sectors. This course covers these three complementary project planning and execution approaches, which incorporate improved collaboration, communication, alignment, and team culture:
- Advanced work packaging (AWP);
- Last Planner® System (LPS®), and
- Planning for completions, commissioning, and startup.
These approaches better position project teams to plan and execute confidently and efficiently, achieve their project objectives, and enjoy a more rewarding project experience along the way.
- Introduction to Advanced Work Packaging (AWP)
- AWP Implementation
- AWP Notable Practices
- AWP Benefits and Outcomes
- The Last Planner System® (LPS®) Introduction
- LPS® Benefits
- LPS® Five Conversations
- Preconstruction Planning for Commissioning
- Hotspots in Construction Completions and Commissioning
- Capstone: Putting it all Together
PDU Allocation Table
|Ways of Working||Power Skills||Business Acumen||Total|
|CAPM® / PMI-CP™ / PMP® / PgMP®||4.75||4.75||4.5||14.00|
|PMI-ACP® / Agile*||4.75||4.75||4.5||14.00|