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Free LCI Webinar: Effective Management of Production Planning Information Using vPlanner

Effective management of the processes and information flows required to maintain dynamic networks of commitments is vital to the successful implementation of the Last Planner® system.  The more integrated the tools used, the less time it takes for a team to react to variation, resulting in more sound weekly work plan assignments. 

This Webinar will introduce vPlanner, an innovative visual planning software solution designed to support short-term interval planning as well as production system design and management. Built by seasoned planners, vPlanner supports all phases of the Last Planner® system through an integrated and easy-to-use visual interface. With vPlanner, teams can better utilize their limited resources to maximize the value from the time invested in planning, scale up their efforts, and reduce the overhead required to maintain the same information using incompatible tools.

Presented by: Samir Emdanat director of vPlanner Product Development. He is an industry-recognized leader known for his approach to overall project integration, which has consistently yielded breakthrough results in various industries. His completed projects have received numerous industry awards for their application of lean thinking and innovative use of VDC technologies, resulting in considerably faster, higher quality, and less expensive construction without compromising the owner’s stated values. In 2005, Engineering News-Record recognized Samir as one of its top 25 newsmakers in the industry for his work on the General Motors’ Virtual Factory Initiative, which resulted in breakthrough innovations in schedule, cost, quality and safety on a number of projects. Samir participates in various industry initiatives to advance lean thinking and the use of VDC across the supply chain. He most recently participated in LCI’s Knowledge Transfer Learning Laboratory to help produce what LCI considers “the industry’s current best knowledge of lean methods today.”

Date: Friday, August 28, 2015

Time: 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM EDT