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Lean Project Management

Lean Project Management

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Lean Project Management

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  1. Lean Project Management Superfactory® Lean Enterprise Series

  2. Agenda • Introduction • The Seven Principals • The Difference of a Lean Project • Lean Project Framework • Implementation • Summary

  3. Introduction Lean Project Management: A process that synchronizes the flow of work to deliver more with less while providing customers with exactly what they want. GOAL Positively impact time, cost, quality, safety and environmental criteria simultaneously without trade-off Create Continuous Flow Eliminate/Reduce Waste

  4. Introduction A ‘lean’ system/process/organization is one that is waste free. Lean is not about the size or number of people employed. • Seven Principles Lean Project Management • Identify and eliminate waste • Amplify learning • Make decisions at the right time • Fast Delivery • Empower the team • Build integrity in • See the whole

  5. The Seven Principals Amplify Learning: In any project, it is critical for the team to communicate efficiently and get feedback as fast as possible to learn and respond to customers quickly. Amplified Learning Set-Based Development Feedback Iteration Synchronization • Information about the project or process received to enhance performance or control a system or process. • Repetition to enhance effective learning and apply what is learned. • Keep one element of the project or process in step with another. • Develop multiple options • Communicate constraints • Solutions emerge

  6. Define + Focus Define + Focus Identification Identification Assessment Assessment Planning Planning Management Management The Difference of a Lean Project Active Risk Management Traditional Risk Management Active Risk Management • Risk Management: • Focus on setting contingency • Produce little action planning or follow-up • Active Risk Management: • Focuses on planning risk reduction actions • Making them happen

  7. Lean Project Framework Management Reviews: integrated management framework drives performance management. Monthly Review RISK BOARD PROJECT REVIEWS Change Board Cost Review Cost Review Schedule Risk Schedule Control Status Opportunity Status Change Issues Exposure Issues Utilize

  8. Implementation Planning a Project Postpone Decision on Refining and Locking Scope Value Ready for Delivery Vision Team Budget Cleanup and Teardown Iteration Iteration Iteration Iteration TIME Timebox Iterations size depends on % necessary waste (transaction cost of the iteration) Release Free Resources Validation Retrospective Timebox for Risk Management Fix Delivery Date