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2nd Takt Planning Workshop (P2SL) - Sold Out


We are delighted to offer for the 2nd time in the United States, a two-day workshop on Takt Planning (TP) in cooperation with P2SL and our German partners Drees&Sommer. This workshop offers an opportunity to learn what takt planning is, what its theoretical underpinnings are, different methods for TP, and how to apply TP in practice.

TP is a production planning technique that improves workflow reliability at the Phase Plan level when implementing the Last Planner® System (LPS). TP reduces variability by setting a predictable production rate for standard activities across right-sized geographic work areas. This disciplined production planning approach aligns not only the workflow at the site, but also the overall flow of materials and information through the supply chain starting in design and moving into detailing, fabrication and delivery processes required to support the execution of the Takt sequences.

Location

UC Berkeley
Clark Kerr Campus
Building 10
2601 Warring St
Berkeley, CA 94720

Cost
$495 Per Day ($525 after 3/16)

Members of P2SL and vPlanner users can use the taktPartner discount code during registration.


Day 1 – Introduction to Takt Planning

Day 1 offers hands on experience through a simulation game designed specifically to teach the concepts of TP and demonstrate how those concepts can be used to optimize workflow. Additionally, it will introduce various techniques for managing the Takt Plans including purpose built tools like vPlanner and integrating the results into the overall Last Planner® System implementation.

Note: Attendees of the September workshop need only sign up for Day 2.  New attendees can either sign up for Day 1 or Day 1 AND Day 2 together.

Day 2 – Applying Takt Planning on a Project

Day 2 offers hands on experience in applying Takt Planning on an actual project.  Through group exercises, the participants will learn how to define project phases, identify takt areas, identify standard activities, set the takt time, and create a takted plan.

 


Learning Objectives

  • Understand the basic concepts of TTP.
  • Learn how to create Takt Plans and optimize flow.
  • Understand how TTP can be implemented within the larger context of the LPS.
  • Gain an understanding of when to best apply Takt Planning

Coaches

Samir Emdanat

Dir of vPlanner Product Development
Ghafari Associates
semdanat@ghafari.com
www.myvplanner.com

Iris Tommelein

Director of P2SL
University of California, Berkeley
p2sl@berkeley.edu
p2sl.berkeley.edu

Patrick Theis

Partner with Drees&Sommer (Germany)
DS Consulting Process & Organization GmbH
patrick.theis@ds-con.com
www.ds-con.com


Agenda 

Day 1 (April 9th)

7:30 Room Opens (refreshments/pastries)
8:00-8:15 Introductions
8:15-10:15 Simulation Round 1 (Group Activity)
10:30-11:00 Takt Planning Introduction
11:00-12:00 Production Planning Overview (Step 1)
12:00-1:00 Lunch (buffet style)
1:00-2:30 Production Planning Cont (Step 2,3, Group Activity)
2:30-2:45 Coffee Break
2:45-3:45 Simulation Round 2 (Takted Plan, Group Activity)
3:45-4:30 Open Discussion
4:30-5:00 Wrap Up & Plus/Delta

Day 2 (April 10th)

7:30 Room Opens (refreshments/pastries)
8:00-8:15 Introductions
8:15-9:15 Overview of the Project & Identifying Work Phases
9:15-10:00 Collecting Information using Color Ups (Group Activity)
10:00-10:15 Break
10:15-12:00 Collecting Information Cont. (Defining Work Areas, Group Activity).
12:00-1:00 Lunch (buffet style)
1:00-2:30 Setting the Takt Time (Group Activity)
2:30-2:45 Coffee Break
2:45-4:00 Creating the Takt Plan (Group Activity)
4:00:4:30 Open Discussion
4:30-5:00 Wrap Up & Plus/Delta

Earlier Event: October 20
Exhibit at the 19th LCI Congress (Anaheim)
Later Event: June 14
3rd Takt Planning Workshop (P2SL)